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Viburnum - Mohican Wayfaring - Shrub
Location: Sun | Zone: 3
A dwarf and compact form with white flowers the appear in early spring. The bird berries forms in the summer and is orange-red in color. Although, in the fall the fruit will change to a black color. The shrub can be planted in full sun to partial shade.
Maple - Lord Selkirk Sugar - Tree
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We are open until September 30th! September Hours are:

Tuesday - Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday - Monday CLOSED

September Special: 30% OFF All Trees and Shrubs. 50% OFF All Perennials. Up to 50% OFF Fairy Gardens items!

We have set up an online store! To view, please click on the 'Giftware' tab at the top of the page.


Look at your perennials and determine which of them need to be divided. Spring flowering perennials should be divided in the fall and fall flowering should be divided in the spring. If you have any questions about when to or how to divide perennials, please call 403-704-4145.

Now is a great time to top up mulch on your garden beds! Mulch helps to retain moisture and helps to protect the roots of the plants from the harsh cold in the winter.



Did you know that we host birthday parties for all ages? From fairy gardens to wind spinners, we are ready to make your child's birthday the best one yet! Contact us at for more information and to book a birthday party! 



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. 



Now is the time to enjoy your yard! Make sure to enjoy the last bit of summer by spending time in your yard with friends and family. Take note of which perennials and shrubs provide fall color and which areas of the yard are lacking fall color.


Planting chives around your rose bushes can help to repell aphids and ants. They also are great in cooking!

For more beneficial plants, visit the Garden Tips page.