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Come visit our lush Greenhouse. Always current with fresh, custom hanging baskets, tropicals, fillers, spillers, thrillers and more!

Have questions? Talk to one of our experts in store or call 905-382-2661

Open seasonally from May to July


From Bougainvilleas & majesty palms to hibiscus and macho ferns! 


Succulents store water in their leaves, stems, or roots and often grow in dry climates without much humidity. They need to be watered but can stand periods of drought instead of pulling water stored in their parts. Succulents do not do well in wet conditions as their roots will rot if sitting in water for too long.


We have a wide variety of hanging baskets, from Proven Winners, to solid varieties.


Our experts gave us some tips of what to look for when buying potted herbs. Dry Soil Is an Indication the Plant is Under Stress. Check for Visible Pests or Diseased Parts. Be On the Lookout for Wilted Leaves or Stems. Avoid Heavily Damaged Containers. Beware of Overgrowth of Large Weeds. Avoid Buying If Thick Roots Are Visible.


Wide variety of different premade and custom planters in-store! We carry Tropical Planters, Mixed Planters, Shade Planters, Exotic Planters and more!


Here are some steps to starting a vegetable garden at home! Choose a location for the garden that has plenty of sun, ample space and close proximity to your hose or water source. Select your veggies. Prepare the soil. Check planting dates. Plant the seeds. Add water. Keep the weeds out. Give your plants room to grow.

Gardening Made Easy with these Tips, Tricks & DIYs

Container Gardening Simplified

5 Easy Herbs to Grow At Home

Planting a Vegetable Garden

  • Planting A Vegetable Garden

    Planting A Vegetable Garden

    PLANNING First, make a list of all the vegetables your family enjoys (there is no use growing a vegetable if it won’t get eaten). Then, put a number beside each variety indicating the number of plants required to feed you...

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  • Home Grown: Cold Hardy Crops

    Home Grown: Cold Hardy Crops

    It’s time to get growing!  If you’re like us, that sunshine and warm spring weather make us a little antsy to get outdoors and begin planting.  Although it’s still too early for annuals and most vegetables, there are a few...

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  • Spring Bulbs

    Spring Bulbs

    SPRING BULBS Bulbs can be used in nearly any garden or patio setting, giving you flowers, fragrance and brilliant colour with just a little effort. You will be amazed at what will grow from these little brown bulbs. Bigger is...

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