Stephen Hillenmeyer, center, with sons Seth, left, and Chase, outside the family's former nursery warehouse, which originally was an early 1800s cotton mill. Hillenmeyer’s no longer owns the property, but the company is now headquartered across Sandersville Road from it.
Stephen Hillenmeyer, center, with sons Seth, left, and Chase, outside the family's former nursery warehouse, which originally was an early 1800s cotton mill. Hillenmeyer’s no longer owns the property, but the company is now headquartered across Sandersville Road from it. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
Stephen Hillenmeyer, center, with sons Seth, left, and Chase, outside the family's former nursery warehouse, which originally was an early 1800s cotton mill. Hillenmeyer’s no longer owns the property, but the company is now headquartered across Sandersville Road from it. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

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