Welcome Everyone...

Nothing brings more joy to our flower gardens then the infusion of 100’s of Alpine and Rock Garden plants that we have acquired over the years. From the happy yellow Drabas & white Snowdrops (spring harbingers), to summer shows of purple Arenaria, burgundy Cyclamens, royal blue Gentians, rosy or white Silenes & a rainbow selection of Penstemons and finally fall blooming light green Orostachys & mauve Chrysanthemum weyrichii. AND lets not forget our 150 varieties of Sempervivums! Our mission is to trial and then offer our most hardy & floriferous specimens. What flourishes in our 2b/3a zoned garden (with copious winter snow cover) should do very well in a great many areas of Canada. Come on in and be amazed!

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Consultation

Having grown for over 20 years, a wide range of Alpine/Rock Garden plants, we feel confident that we can help our customers establish some serious Alpine gardens of their own. Read More

Design Ideas

There are so many ways Alpine/Rock Garden plants can be grown, displayed and shown. Read More

Preparation

We have surmised (from garden related conversations & garden visitations…) that too many people are in a great hurray to just get the job done. Read More

Containers

We have on hand some unusual products to assist you in the compilation and completion of the garden of your dreams. Read More

 

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Well HELLO Folks!
I have been away for awhile. In the meantime I have managed to do some serious house keeping, esp. in my PC room!
I came across some excellent photos, shared by a good friend of mine (Mick Manfield..."English Mic." as he likes to call himself...) that he sent me last year.
He went to England in 2015, and as many of us know....English folk are very proud of their gardens. He managed to take in one of MY all time favorite places...for Alpine plants!
None other than the RHS (Royal Horticultural Society) Wisley Gardens...located in the English county of Surrey, south of London which is one of FOUR gardens the society manages.
Enjoy folks!
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Indeed it appears everything is slowing down BUT there are still a few not willing to give it up... ... See MoreSee Less

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I noticed a few pods along the driveway...best go get those seeds before they blow away... ... See MoreSee Less

Fall is the best time to plant milkweed seeds. And soon our milkweed sale will be closed for the season! Monarch butterflies depend on milkweed for survival, and seeds sowed just before the ground freezes in late fall have the best chance of helping next year’s crop of butterflies. Get your milkweed today, while supplies last. ow.ly/8ksD304VSxY

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Greenhouse presently closed, as time to plant has passed.
Stay posted as I will continue to load more great photos.
Cheers and have a great and comfortable winter.
See you next spring,
Mandy
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Some serious "eye candy"... ... See MoreSee Less

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