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Valentine’s Day is Tuesday February 14th!

Order flowers today for your special someone!

Our full service flower shop at our Surrey store can design a custom bouquet or arrangement just for you. From Roses to Lilies, Orchids to Tulips we can create something as unique as your valentine. Visit our flower shop website at today to see what we can do for you. You can also call the florist directly from 9 am to 5 pm seven days a week at 604-590-2431.

Unlike many garden stores that close during the winter months our stores stay open all year. So if you are looking to plant your spring flowering bulbs, like tulips and daffodils, or you need pruning supplies to do some winter cleanup be sure to stop by. Our stores are open 7 days a week. For our complete store hours click here.

News & Events

Valentine’s Day Flowers

February 1st, 2017

Give Flowers to the one you Love!

Valentine’s Day is Tuesday February 14th and Roses make the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day. Order a dozen, half dozen, or single rose. One of our florists can arrange them in a vase, or wrap them as a bouquet.

If you are looking for more than just roses our Surrey Store has several talented florists that can create custom bouquets or arrangements for you or your sweetheart. Call and speak to one of our florists or stop by anytime to place your order.

You can order your flowers online at or Call 604-590-2431 or stop by today. We have a florist available seven days a week  from 9 AM until 5 PM.

Note: On Tuesday February 14th our Flower Shop at our Surrey store will be open from 9 am until 6 pm.

Our 2017 Seeds Have Arrived!

January 20th, 2017

Choose from a selection of fresh Seeds!

Our stores have received their 2017 seed racks. These fresh new seeds are ready to grow. Now is a great time to to start many of them in your home to be ready to plant in your garden when the warmer weather arrives in April and May. Most seeds can now be started indoors in a sunny window.

If you are looking for Certified Organic Seeds several of our suppliers have a selection of Organic Seeds on their racks.

You can choose from the following seed companies:

Click here for our Seed Starting Brochure


January 15th, 2017

Add colour to your winter garden with Primula!

If you are looking to add a little colour to your winter garden a fresh delivery of Primula have arrived. Also known as Primrose these hardy plants are great for adding colour to your pots, containers, and gardens. With a range of colours from Pink, Purple, Red, Yellow and White you can be sure to find the right colour for your garden. They make a great planting over your spring bulbs as they will not get in the way when your crocus, tulips, or daffodils grow through them. Be sure to stop by and check out the colours we have available for you.

Indoor Tropical Plants

January 2nd, 2017

Add a Touch of the Tropics to your home!

Most people know that having house plants is good for your home, but how are they good for your home? There are many benefits to having indoor plants including their ability to clean your air. With the right number of house plants you can breathe easier, enjoy improved health, and have a sharper focus.

Over the years NASA has conducted research into the best house plants for cleaning and purifying air. Some of the best include; Areca Palm, Pothos, Peace Lily, Chinese Evergreen, Philodendron, Dracaena, Weeping Fig, and the Rubber Plant. For a list of the best plants for cleaning your air click here. NASA recommends one plant, in a 6 inch (15 cm) or larger pot, per 100 square feet of household. So an 1,000 square foot home should have 10 small house plants.

For tips about growing indoor plants click here.

Recycle Your Christmas Tree

December 25th, 2016

Recycling Your Christmas Tree!

There are several ways that you can recycle your Christmas tree in Greater Vancouver. Here are some alternatives. For more alternatives call the BC Recycling Hotline at 604-732-9253.

Tree Chipping at our Surrey Store

On Saturday January 7th bring your Christmas tree to our Surrey store and professionals from Bartlett Tree Experts ( will be on hand to chip your tree from 10 am to 2 pm. Chipping is provided by donation with the proceeds benefiting the Jane Stock Foundation ( which support Horticulture education in BC.

Residential Collection (Surrey, Delta, or Langley)

Surrey residents that receive yard trimmings collection may put their tree out before 7 AM on their regular yard trimming collection day until January 31st. Residents are asked to cut the tree into branches and bundle the branches together for ease of pickup. For more information contact the City of Surrey Garbage and Recycling line at 604-590-7289.

Delta residents can put your Christmas tree out with your yard waste but regular restrictions apply. Bundles must be no more than 1 meter by 60 cm.

Langley (City or Township) residents can put your Christmas tree out with your yard waste but regular restrictions apply. Bundles must be no more than 1 meter by 60 cm and weigh no more than 34 kg (75 lbs).

Transfer Station (Surrey, Delta, or Langley)

Surrey residents are welcome to drop off their tree at the transfer station at 9770 – 192nd Street, Surrey. The Transfer Station is open from 8 AM until 5 PM Monday to Friday and 8 AM to 6 PM Saturday and Sunday. For more information call the Transfer Station at 604-513-2409.

Delta residents are welcome to drop off their trees at the Vancouver Landfill for Composting. The composting facility is located at 5400 – 72nd Street in Delta.

Langley residents are welcome to drop off their trees for a fee at the transfer station located at 1070 – 272 Street, Langley. The transfer station is open Monday to Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Chipping Events

Many local Charities host chipping events by donation. Here are a few:

Surrey firefighters will be on hand to assist with the chipping of Christmas trees at the Newton Athletic Park (128th Street and 74th Avenue).

  • Christmas Tree Chipping on Monday January 2nd from 9 am to 4 pm, at Emmanuel Covenant Church, 17029 16th Ave., Surrey. Info:
  • Enver Creek Secondary Dry Grad 2017 fundraiser (Christmas tree chipping by donation, clothing drive and bottle drive), Saturday, Jan. 7th from 10 am to 3 pm at school, 14505 – 84 Avenue, Surrey.
  • Tree Chipping hosted by Rotary Club of Surrey Guildford at North Surrey Secondary School, 15945 – 96th Ave., Surrey. “We will also be accepting small electronic devices for recycling. All by donation. Info:,, 1-888-549-3171. Dates TBD
  • Knights of Columbus’ annual Christmas Tree Chipping (by donation) on Jan. 7th (10 a.m. to 4 p.m.) and Jan. 8th (noon to 4 p.m.) at Holy Cross parking lot, 16193 – 88 Ave, Surrey, BC. “Fundraising with proceeds to local charities.” Info: Call Doug Thomas, 604-218-2722.
  • Surrey Firefighters’ Annual Tree Chip (by donation) on Saturday, Jan. 7 from 9 am to 4 pm Newton Athletic Park (160th Street and 88th Avenue). “Drop by and Chip your Tree Here” or visit

The Lions Club host chipping events at the following locations:

  • Sungod Arena at 7825 – 112 Street, Surrey (Date Unknown)
  • Tsawwassen South Delta Recreation Centre 1720 – 56th Street (Date Unknown)

Residential Collection (Vancouver)

Households that receive yard trimmings collection may put their tree out before 7 AM on their regular yard trimming collection day during the week of January 16th. For more information visit the City of Vancouver’s website here, contact the City of Vancouver Recycling Hotline at 604-326-4600, OR

Vancouver South Transfer Station

Any city of Vancouver resident is welcome to drop off their undecorated tree at the transfer station until January 31st at the Vancouver South Transfer Station (377 West Kent Avenue North) and the Vancouver Landfill (5400 – 72nd Street, Delta)

Lions Club Chipping Event (Vancouver)

The Lions Club of BC hosts Chipping Events at several locations. Donations of Cash and non-perishable food items will be distributed to local charities. Chipping events will take place at the following locations:

  • Kits Beach Parking Lot (Cornwall and Arbutus)
  • Kerrisdale Ice Rink (5670 East Boulevard North of 41st)
  • Sunset Beach Upper Parking Lot (Beach Avenue and Broughton Street)

For 2017 the chipping events will take place on January 7th and 8th from 10 am to 4 pm. Contact the Lions Club for more information:


UBC Christmas Tree Chipper Event (Vancouver)

“Chip In” by recycling your Christmas tree at the UBC Botanical Gardens. Your tree will be chipped into bark mulch for the pathways. For self service you can drop your tree off anytime between December 26th and January 8th, between 9:30 AM and 4:30 PM.

Drop trees at the UBC Botanical Garden parking lot, at 6804 South West Marine Dr. Please remove all lights, decorations, tinsel, stands, or other items. No yard trimmings please, just Christmas trees. UBC Plant Operations and UBC Botanical Garden proudly sponsor this sustainability initiative. Donations are gratefully appreciated. Visit or call 604-822-4208 for more information.

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