If you're looking for beautiful flowers, tropicals and vegetables and you're driving through Point Pleasant Boro, you can't help but pull off Bridge Ave. and head into Nature's Reward.

I am in love with the flowers from Nature's Reward and I love the environment. It is the perfect local produce place and the staff there is awesome as well. It's a spring tradition for me to get my Nature's Reward order of flowers for my front and back yard and they are awesome. Take a minute to meet the man behind Nature's Reward

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Say hello to Bill. We spent a little time with him to learn some things we didn't know about Nature's Reward. Bill is the owner of this great local place and has been for over two decades.

He took over the place just before 2000, and he has been providing the community with delicious fresh produce,awesome flowers and plants and other great products that make this one of the best farm markets around.

Bill has been doing for such along time that he knows just about every farmer in the Garden state, making it possible for him to always have access to the best and freshest products in the state.

And he and his staff are awesome and always willing to help.and always there for any great community cause.

So, as we celebrate all the fantastic local businesses who have been through this crazy year along with us, we remind you next time you're cruising along Bridge Ave, stop in and say hi to Bill at Nature's Reward.

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