Farms and greenhouses definitely are relateable. Farms typically produce food in some form or fashion and greenhouses produce plants that can be enjoyed both visually and in some cases you can enjoy by eating them. Tomorrow the best of both worlds, a pizza farm is stopping by Souba's in Owatonna to sell some pizza, and ring in spring.

Souba's is hosting an open house on Saturday, and there will be more than plants and pizza!

Our Open House is Saturday 8am-6pm! Shop inside our warm greenhouse for your favorite flowers, sign up for door prizes, enjoy free Popcorn and Coffee, purchase some delicious cookies from Belina Baking, or Grab a pizza from Pleasant Grove Pizza Farm, selling noon-5pm! - Souba Greenhouse

The open house will offer up coffee, treats, and pizza to go along with door prizes. Also folks interested in gardening and being outdoors during Minnesota's warmer months can learn more about "this year's Hottest Flowers, and talk to the experts about the plants that will work for you!"

Souba Greenhouse has been helping you grow your favorite plants since 1892 as a local family-run business that according to its Facebook page "excels in providing the best fresh vegetables, plants, and a large variety of flowers."

Souba Greenhouse is open during the spring:

Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm

Saturday 8am - 6pm

Sunday 10am - 5pm

Pleasant Grove Pizza Farm, located outside of Waseca, offers up 10 main pizzas, and plenty of fun during the late spring and summer months! You can learn more about Pleasant Grove Pizza Farm, here. 

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