‘Repotted’ to Uproot From Bishop Arts District
We’ve seen few things come and go from Bishop Arts District in a year: Decanter (famous for it’s potato-crusted goat cheese) and The Soda Gallery (known for its mix-and-match six-packs).
Add to the list Repotted, which brought new life to a crumbling Conoco station in October 2010 by selling organic, native, and adaptive plants and products. For weeks now, the nursery’s been selling its inventory at steep discounts — which is currently 75 percent off — but announced Sunday that July 31 will mark its final day of business.
Here’s what owners Elizabeth Cummings and Jamie Law had to say on Repotted’s web site:
“Sadly, we’re closing our doors… Thank you for supporting us through droughts, freezing temperatures, and all the rest. We have loved getting to know you, loved being a part of the community, and look forward to seeing you around the neighborhood.”
An employee at Brumley Gardens, which has two locations in Northeast Dallas, confirmed on Monday that they’re taking over the space at 700 W. Davis St., but didn’t offer a specific date.