It began over 29 years ago with Mark and Jennifer Ludeman.
But it wasn’t always “Ludeman’s,” per se. It started as a lawn care business, then they swept chimneys, later they started selling wood stoves…. Like every good idea, it evolved through a series of steps into what it is today.
Namely, a place you can get just about anything for the home. Wood stoves. Patio furniture. Barbecues. Not to mention seeds, chicks, fertilizer, tools, and everything else in the Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center.
You see, along with running a business, the Ludemans also run a farm, Healing Ponds: about 40 acres in Washington County where they raise animals, practice permaculture and grow food. The Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center is where the business and the farm meet. (We like to think it shows off the best of both.)
If you want to know more about patios, barbecues, fireplaces and the like, visit our official website here.
But if you’re interested in the Farm & Garden Center, you’re in the right place, right now. Have a look around and let us know what you think. Make a comment, find us on Facebook (we’re “Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center, and Healing Ponds Farm”) or follow us on Twitter @ludemansfarm.
And come down to the store.
WHO’S DOING THIS BLOGGING?
It’s me. I’m Elisabeth McCumber, blogger at Ludeman’s.
I write about sustainability, helpful tips for the garden, permaculture, real food, peak oil, do-it-yourself ideas, and other things. Also, I’m really interested in your feedback, so start a conversation. Make a comment and share what you know!