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Hydrangea - Great Star - Shrub
Location: Partial Sun | Zone: 3
This hydrangea has large, showy white flowers that are almost 10cm in diameter. The flowers appear in mid-summer and persist until frost. Hydrangeas prefer moist, well-drained soil and morning sun with afternoon shade.
Rhododendron - Ramapo - Shrub
Location: Sun | Zone: 3
A compact shrub that blooms pale violet flowers in the late spring. The foliage is leathery and dark green that persists into the winter. Prefers moist, acidic soil that is well drained. This shrub is excellent for accenting landscapes, especially small landscapes.
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Garden Highlights


We are now CLOSED for the season! Stay tuned for an announcement about next season. 


We are selling our wooden outside tables. Please contact 403-704-4145 for more information. 


Summer has arrived and with it comes different gardening duties:

  • Continue fertilize annual baskets and containers for contiuned performance and flowering. 
  • All perennial, shrub and tree fertilizing should not contiune after the beginning of August. 
  • Dead head perennials to promote reblooming.
For more information or questions/concerns about your yard, please give us a call at 403-704-4145. 



Stay tuned for upcoming kids events!

All fairy and miniature garden items are 50% off! This is the perfect time to express your creativity and create a fairy/miniature garden.




Thinking about creating a landscape next year? Get in touch with us now to book your landscape for next season. Contact Carmen at 403-704-4145. Installation is also available.

Is there a specific shrub or tree that your landscape needs? Contact us at 403-704-4145 and we can order it.



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Many annuals and perennial attract "good" bugs to gardens and landscapes. These "good" bugs eat the "bad" bugs which harm our gardens. For more information about which plants attract "good" bugs, Permaculture Research Institute

For more beneficial plants, visit the Garden Tips page.