+ Dark Purple Lilac Bloomerang

Lilac Bloomerang

Reblooming Lilacs now in 3 colours Lilac blooms are so heavenly – have you ever wished you could enjoy them longer? Take a look at our reblooming dwarf Bloomerang Lilacs. Due to the popularity of the first introduction, Purple, 2 more colours are now available – Dark Purple and Pink Perfume. Plants produce the classic gorgeous scented flowers in late spring, then re bloom… Read More

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Rhubarb

Pie or crisp anyone? Love cooking with rhubarb? Why not try growing some? Rhubarb is a very easy plant to grow which will steadily expand into a larger clump over the years. Plant in a sunny spot in your garden and watch as the leaves emerge and it grows quickly in the spring. How to grow rhubarb Plants will grow quite large so allow… Read More

Lavender Munstead

Add some sweet fragrance to your garden! Lavender is one of my favourite perennials! We used to grow it in our cut flower fields many years ago. Its unmistakable sweet fragrance is widely used in commercial soaps, shampoos and air fresheners – but why settle for the artificial scent when it’s easy to grow fresh in your own garden! Lavender is a low, woody,… Read More

Begonias

Stunning New Begonias Last year, in my plant researching adventures, I came across many types of annual Begonia boliviensis varieties. Unlike other varieties of tuberous Begonia such as Non Stop and trailing Illumination types, this grouping of tuberous Begonias grows well in full sun or dappled shade. Cute Kiss Pink and Million Kisses Amour I chose two varieties to trial this year – Cute… Read More

Primula Pacific Hybrids

Bright early colour for wet spots This low growing brightly coloured perennial spring beauty produces large flowers, held in small clusters in vibrant shades of yellow, maroon, lavender, white, pink and violet. The dark green foliage forms a low rosette. Plants reach 6-8” in height, so plant at the front of the garden for the best display. Primula loves to be in a wet… Read More

+ Red and White Annuals

Plant red and white annuals for Canada 150

Celebrate CANADA! I have a feeling that red and white annuals are going to be a hit this year, as gardeners seek to bring some Canadian pride into their gardens! Whether you need plants for hot sun, wet shade, upright or trailing, we have grown a huge selection of red and white annuals this season, so why not plan on incorporating this theme into… Read More

Annual Flowers and Foliage

Enter our award winning greenhouses and let your senses be overwhelmed with colour and scents! Our 4 Annual greenhouses are packed full with a huge range of new and exciting annual plants. All plants are grown on the farm – we do not buy in and resell, even when our supplies become low. Katie takes much pride in variety selection, researching and growing plants… Read More

+ Harvest healthy greens from our Mixed Kale Planters all season long – just cut and they will regrow.

Creemore Veggie Planters

Working with the Creemore BIA, we decided to incorporate some veggie and herb planters into the mix, with residents welcome to harvest some fresh produce for their own use.

Ornamental Grasses

Blue Paradise and Desert Plains Ornamental grasses add graceful texture and movement to the garden. I am always on the lookout for new perennial grass varieties – they are so great in this area, with our warm summers. In the heat of August they will always look fabulous. Deer will tend to avoid grasses too which can be a real bonus. Two varieties that… Read More

Angelonia Archangel

Tough little garden treats! These lovely little annuals, sometimes known as Summer Snapdragon are such a sweet addition to any garden or container. Flower spikes rise above the foliage and are covered in small intensely coloured orchid type blooms. These little plants look so delicate but are really extremely tough! Growing to 12” tall, they will withstand hot and dry conditions, thriving in full… Read More