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As our season is drawing to a quick close , we are looking forward to  and planning for a fantastic 2017, our great CANADA turns 150 years young. We will be 16 years, offering you great plants and ideas for all your gardening needs.

NEW FOR 2017 - our ON LINE STORE launching  November 2016. Preodering  and purchasing your gardening needs are at the touch of a mouse .

Want to still come to the greenhouse and SMELL the green when it's cold outside,  we offer classes. All upcoming classes for November and December can be viewed via the Events Page.

We are now OPEN  BY CHANCE OR PHONE CALL for all outdoor plants in stock 50% OFF.  



Thinking about adding fall color to your yard? Shrubs and fall flowering perennials are at their peak.  

Ensure all trees and shrubs have good moisture going into fall, after our killing frost (-3 for a couple of days) water in well, top it all wood mulches.  Cut back any perennials that there time is done in.  day lilies,  peony,  iris, phlox,  delphinium,  daisy are just a few that come to mind. 

Cover all tender roses by mid Nov. 

Manage, check and  clean all garden tools. So you are ready for spring.

Grass should be mowed and winter fertilizer applied,  all irrigation shut off by Oct 1. 

Make notes for next spring what you liked about your gardens or want to change for 2017.



Book a winter birthday party, these are hands on DIY parties. Call for more info. 403 704 4145 

For a sneak peak of our fairy garden products, please see the Fairy Garden page.



Design your yard with ease, a professional landscape design is available through Country Gardens and Greenhouse. Contact Carmen at (403)704-4145 for more information. Installation is also available. Check out our design gallery for inspiration. 



Winter is just around the corner,  look within your landscape for colorful branches and evergreens that you can cut and arrange for a front outdoor entryway planter. 

Book a greenhouse party in November or December to make your own indoor centerpiece or outdoor planter. 



 Befor bringing any plants back in doors for the winter  drench soil with an insecticidal soap. Wash all leaves to ensure nothing wants to hibernate under the leaves. 

Yarrow and dill can attract many good beneficial bugs to your garden. This increases biodiversity, decreasing the need for pesticides and creating a healthy and beautiful garden.

For more beneficial plants, visit the Garden Tips page.