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GARDEN NEWS

Get involved in the winter months. Look for our monthly newsletter in your email for upcoming events, classes and happenings. Contact us if you wish to be added to our email list. 

This year our growing season will be about "More". "More"sustainability, "More" healthy food and "More "helping hands. Let's work together to become "More". Let's challenge ourselves to be healthier, grow our own and set goals.

 PLANNING FOR SPRING

Get a jump on spring. Preorder your flower, strawberry, succulent and tomato hanging baskets now. 

Custom baskets and planters are also available. Contact us with your colors and plants, we plant and care for it until May Long Weekend.

Looking for a unique way to fundraise money? We offer flexable fundraising opportunities for school and community groups. 

 

KIDS AND GARDENING

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.

 

LANDSCAPING YOUR YARD

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. 

 

PLANT FESTIVALS

Upcoming Classes:

Paint Night- Make your own masterpiece! Paint Night is all about fun and creativity. This event is new to us and we are very excited about the opportunity to host this event.

January 27th, 2017 @ 7:00pm. Please visit our Event page for more details and to purchase tickets. 

 

BENEFICIALS

 Before 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.