There is simply no way to show the appreciation that our guys deserve. We honestly believe that we are blessed with the best employees in the landscape industry! But, last Friday we tried our best to thank them all - a beef tenderloin lunch, with beans and cole slaw and all the fixins'! The beef … Continue reading Employee Appreciation 2022!
Robert & Treva Neville kicked off the Christmas spirit this month with a Christmas party for all Ben's Creek employees at the Chockoyotte Country Club. Needless to say, a good time was had by all. And the Christmas joy was a reminder of how much we appreciate all our employees, and you, our customers and … Continue reading Merry Christmas
Ben's Creek Nursery threw an early morning breakfast for all our employees today, as a small token of appreciation for all they do for us and for our customers. Ham, bacon, eggs, sausage, coffee cakes - a full meal with all the fixins, cooked up by our own Wilson St. Sing. Was a good time … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
There is a minor mystery afoot about just why we are named "Ben's Creek Nursery." The most common assumption is that we are named after this guy: This is not Ben. This is Robert Neville, the owner/operator of Ben's Creek Nursery. And none of these are Ben either. This is Treva, Keith, Wilson, and Brock. … Continue reading Who put the Ben in Ben’s Creek Nursery?
James, 1:27Religion that is pure and undefiled before God, the Father, is this: to visit orphans and widows in their affliction Repost of original post on February 15, 2018 in the Archives. Ben's Creek Nursery has been on a mission - literally! For the past three years, Ben's Creek's owner/manager, Robert Neville, and his family, Treva, … Continue reading Ben’s Creek on a Mission
They are the fallen, but not because they failed but because they succeeded, for their country and for us. And we remember them. That is what Memorial Day is about, and God willing it will always be here each year at the beginning of summer, so that those who gave their lives will always be … Continue reading The Fallen
When in doubt, call an Eagle Scout! Braden Marshall recently completed his Eagle Scout project along the banks of the Roanoke River, with stunning results. Here is the portion of the Canal Trail in Roanoke Rapids he was determined to clean up: You can't even see the Roanoke River at this point on the Trail. … Continue reading The Eagle Has Landed