• Weekly Sales

    Weekly Sales

    Get your backyard and patios ready for Canada Day Weekend with some amazing sales.

  • Canada Day Hours

    Canada Day Hours

    We are open Canada Day from 8-5, and the Saturday from 8-5. Check back on Thursday for an amazing two-day flash sale announcement.

  • For The Love of Tea

    For The Love of Tea

    Nothing is better than a cold cup of iced tea on a hot summer day. For Tea's Sake tea's are blended in Canada, are gluten free and Non-GMO.

  • Scarlet Lily Beetle

    Scarlet Lily Beetle

    Did your lilies last season just turn to sticks? The culprit could be the Scarlet Lily Beetle. Read about these pests and how to control them.

Featured News

Ornamental & Shade Tree Inventory

We have a great selection of large trees for you to choose from. Here is an updated availability.

Ornamental Grasses Inventory

Here is an updated list of what we currently have in stock of ornamental grasses. Stock can change daily.

Evergreen Inventory

Here is a list of the evergreens and broadleaf evergreens we currently have in stock. Stock can change daily.

Flowering Shrubs & Shrub inventory

We have a HUGE selection of nursery items. Here is an updated list of what we currently have in stock.

Featured Advice

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

We apply this age-old philosophy to many things in our lives, why not bugs too? Learn about beneficial bugs in your yard, usually among the scariest looking. On today's docket---Ladybug larvae!

Scarlet Lily Beetle

Did your lilies last season just turn to sticks? The culprit could be the Scarlet Lily Beetle. Read about these pests and how to control them.

Attack of the Wilting Tomatoes

When good vegetables go bad! Are your tomatoes revolting against you by wilting, or even beginning to rot on the bottom of the fruits? Find out what might be the cause, and how to put them in their place.

Ants and Aphids

Have you noticed ants 'attacking' your garden plants? Are the leaves on your plants becoming discolored, and, if left long enough, curling up on themselves? Do they look as if they have ash or soot all over them? If you have seen any of these signs in your garden, you may want to check your plants for aphids.