When the going gets tough, the tough get growing! This season, our staff have really gone above and beyond to help make the year a success. They have made the difference between our business staying afloat or sinking. I really hope that by writing this note, I can somehow not only convey my feelings of gratitude towards them, but also let you, our loyal… Read More
Bring back your empty pots and trays Many customers have been asking whether with Covid concerns we are taking back empty plastic pots and trays this year. The answer is Yes. We will have you unload your own empties and then leave for at least 48 hours in the sun before we handle them. We are always happy to reuse our own pots and… Read More
A new book from Mulmur author Brian Bixley and Orangeville photographer Des Townshend.
Plenty to plant in April or Early May While we all wait for the weather to warm up to plant the majority of annuals, there are many plants that can be planted right away. For colour at your door, why not pop in a few Violas? They survive nightly sub zero temperatures and come in a range of bright and snappy colours. All our… Read More
Check out the pictures of the 8 hanging baskets, with their designers and new owners. Congratulations to all the winners and designers!
Last week we once again hosted youth and parents from the South Simcoe 4H Garden Club. This year, the younger Cloverbuds joined us too and gained an insight into the activities of the Garden Club. Everyone enjoyed an informative tour of the greenhouses and listened attentively while I explained our growing methods. Hummingbirds were flying around us all night, which was really amazing for… Read More
Throughout the growing season, we receive weekly shipments of ‘good bugs’ which we release in the greenhouses for biological control.
Please introduce yourselves to them!
In early March, our employees designed and planted a 14” hanging basket each, using no more than 6 plants.
Everyone knows that he is the real boss around here! Mac is looking forward to welcoming all visitors to the farm once again this year.