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Apr 09

Around East Texas… Lindale: Cycle of Seasons: Home Grown Goodness

 

 

In this day of one-stop big box discount stores full of prepared foods, filled with preservatives for a longer shelf life next to poor-quality items from overseas manufacturers made specifically for the US discount market, it’s so refreshing to see an all-American, locally owned and operated store in the middle of East Texas.

 

Cycle of Seasons is part nursery, part farmer’s market, part general store and part antiques and gifts shop. You can’t miss the vibrant colorful flowers street side as you drive southbound on Highway 69 from Mineola to Tyler. Located at 400 N.Main Street (Highway 69) in Lindale, just north of downtown, this store has been a staple in Lindale for 18 years and seen it’s share of changes in the community.

 

 

One thing has not changed: the local treasures found in this store. Not only does this shop feature beautiful local plants, flowers and garden gifts outside, inside you’ll find farm fresh local fruits, nuts vegetables and honey. The also have one of the largest selections of no preservative, sugar-free jellies in the area.

 

Explore all the way to the back of the store to find rare and unique estate items, antiques and collectibles. There are also gift items and jewelry, which is among their most popular sellers.

Next time you’re looking for truly fresh produce, local flowers or unique gifts, visit Tom and Mary Covey at Cycle of Seasons. You’ll be glad you did.