Teufel Nursery sprouts again

After filing for bankruptcy last year, Teufel Nursery has a court-approved reorganization plan and is working to pay off its debts.

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When Teufel Nursery lost its sole lender last year, the commercial landscaping firm was forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

But Teufel remained in business during the bankruptcy proceedings – even doing landscaping work at the Allison Inn & Spa in Newberg – and is now reorganizing under a court-approved plan.

The bankruptcy court approved a reorganization plan for Teufel Nursery this week, clearing the way for the company to repay its debts and move on. The company owes $5.9 million, which includes the original loan, all money due to creditors and various fees. The back-and-forth lawsuits have been dismissed.

Company President Larry Teufel, a fourth-generation owner, said Thursday that the business will be debt-free in four years. The company will operate on a cash basis for the foreseeable future and won’t seek outside financing. Hauenstein, the financial officer, still works for the company.

Read the full story at OregonLive.com.

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