Anderson’s Seed and Garden reflects local heritage not only because of the historic building in which it operates, but because of the agricultural community it has historically served. The building was constructed in the late 1880s and was originally Sydney Steven’s Implement Company. In 1942, Anderson’s Seed and Garden was started by Nottie Anderson, and is now owned and operated by her grandson, Mark A. Anderson. Anderson’s carries nursery stock and bulbs, tools, pesticides, organic products, lawn seeds, fertilizers, bulk vegetable and flower seeds, grass seeds, pasture mix, bedding plants, trees and shrubs, and seasonal items. They have unique bird feeders, locally made candles, cotton kitchen towels for embroidery, and weigh their bulk seeds on an antique scale. Tune in to Utah Public Radio’s Access Utah where you will occasionally be able to hear Mark field gardening questions, or come into the store and talk with him or any one of the knowledgeable gardeners who work there.