When Ray Price founded Price Nurseries in 1927, he always believed his dreams of entrepreneurship would blossom into one of Indiana's largest field-grown nursery and landscaping businesses. Ray and his wife, Clara, lived in Plymouth, but Ray worked at the Studebaker automobile plant in South Bend. After a long day's work at the factory, Ray would sell plants on a city street corner close to the Studebaker facilities. He also started a small nursery on Harrison Street in Plymouth.

By the 1940’s, Ray had saved enough money to purchase property on Michigan Street just north of Plymouth's downtown. And by the end of World War II, he started to develop the land and business that was known as Northern Indiana's largest plant nursery.


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