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By , 2021/06/21

Beat the Heat in Your Garden this Summer!

Add some colour to your outdoor space

The heat is coming back! Make your garden a cool escape from the summer heat.

The summer heat has arrived so we would like to give a friendly reminder that lawn watering restrictions are in effect from May 1st until October 15th. Did you know that water consumption in Metro Vancouver can increase by 50% in summer and early fall, largely due to lawn watering. Click here for more details.  

We are open all summer long and our friendly staff can help with all of your gardening needs! Visit us for colourful annuals, perennials, roses, shrubs & trees, vegetable & fruit plants, hanging baskets, indoor tropical plants, bulbs, seeds, water plants, garden supplies & hardware, pots & more! 

Visit us seven days a week in Surrey and Vancouver from 9 am – 5:30 pm. For complete store hours click here.

News & Events

Echinacea

July 12th, 2021

Add warmth to your garden with Echinacea!

Echinacea (or Coneflower) are one of the most popular perennials, they love full sun and lots of heat. They have large, showy flower heads, blooming from early to late summer. Many varieties bloom until frosts in the fall. Some varieties can be used for herbal or medicinal purposes. They work well at attracting butterflies to your garden. There are many varieties for you to choose from.

Crocosmia

July 4th, 2021

Enjoy the devilishly beautiful blooms of Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’

Crocosmia are one of the best summer flowering perennials to have in your garden. They produce clumps of sword-shaped leaves. These leaves are topped with tall, arching spikes of tubular funnel-shaped blossoms in mid to late summer. There are several named varieties available, in a range of hot colours. The most popular variety is the ‘Lucifer’. Lucifer has brilliant flame-red flowers, and a tall habit. They attract butterflies and hummingbirds and make an outstanding cut flower in a bouquet. Every garden should have at least one variety of Crocosmia in it and Lucifer is by far the most popular variety. There is also ‘Emily McKenzie’ which is a bright Orange and ‘George Davidson’ which is a golden yellow.

Grapes

June 21st, 2021

Grow your own Grapes!

Grapes can make an excellent addition to your garden. In addition to producing grapes, they can be grown up an arbour to provide shade for your patio. Grapes can also be grown up a trellis to provide privacy from your neighbours. You can even use the leaves to make Dolmades.

There are two basic types; wine grapes or table grapes. You can choose from the following varieties:

Wine Grapes

  • De Chaunac
  • Foch
  • Merlot
  • Pinot Noir
  • Reisling Type (GM318)
  • Sauvingnon Blanc

Table Grapes

  • Concord
  • Niagara
  • Valiant
  • Vanessa

For more information about growing grapes click here.

Knock Out Roses

June 7th, 2021

Knock Out Roses pack a lot of flower power!

The original Knock Out® Rose was introduced 20 years ago and forever changed the way we think about roses. With additional colours and flower forms to choose from, plus the flower power and easy maintenance that you know and love, it’s easy to understand why Knock Out® Roses are the #1 rose brand in North America.

Our stores carry the Double Red and the Double Pink Knock out roses. These are durable, hardy, disease-resistant roses worthy of any garden. Roses for everyday, everyone & everywhere.

Rose Knock Out Pink Double

Rose Knock Out Pink Double

 

Delphinium

May 31, 2021

Welcome Summer to Your Garden with Delphiniums!

Delphiniums, or Larkspur, make a great addition to your summer perennial garden. These towering beauties make an excellent backdrop in a garden bed or a stunning centerpiece for a summer planter. They can range in height from 12 inches to over 5 feet tall. They come in an array of blues, lavenders, pinks, and whites. They flower from late spring until late summer and if you remove the flowers that have finished blooming they may re-flower again in late summer early fall.

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