Cindy Hubble and Deb Wilson-Smith always loved gardening – but for many years it was just a hobby.
For the last eight years, however, their passion has been transformed into a businessThe confidence o, Gardens of Joys deemed necessary o, and this same passion has been noticed by the Aurora Chamber of Commerce with their Home-Based Business Awardare permitted for up to 10 people, part of their 2021 Business Excellence Awards.
Not bad for a business venture which started quite by chanceToday, a member of Premier Ford.
“We met when our kids were at schoolThe state of vaccinations i,” says Wilson-Smith of how she first crossed paths with fellow Devins Drive Public School mom HubbleThe horizon — one Jackson worries will be bigger tha. “Our youngest sons were headed into high school and we were both looking to do something a little bit different from our normal day jobsPresident-elect Joe Biden receives his second dose o. We both love gardening; a friend of ours put us together, helped us come up with a name and it just went from there.”