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Hosta - Victory - Perennial
Location: Sun | Zone: 2
A large sized hosta with green leaves that are edged in green-yellow in the spring. As the leaves mature, the edges change to a white. The foliage is mounding and spreading. In mid-summer, tall stems appear with white bell-shaped flowers. Excellent for shaded/dark areas.
Iris - Siberian - Strawberry Fair - Perennial
Location: Sun | Zone: 3
A later blooming iris with ruffled purple flowers that have a white eye. The foliage forms clumps underneath the flowers. Tolerates rabbit and deer browse. Drought tolerant once established.
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Winter Classes are just around the corner! Check out the Event page for a complete winter class list. 

Looking for a fun and creative staff party idea? Book a private winter class for the holiday season. Minimum 8 people required. For more information and to book, please call 403-704-4145 or email


Winter is just around the corner! Make sure you:

  • Register for winter classes to decorate your home with unique fresh evergreen items for the holiday season. 
  • Ensure adequate snow cover on perennials and evergreens to help insulate them for the winter. 
  • Order new seed and bulb catalogues for the spring. 
For more information or questions/concerns about your yard, please give us a call at 403-704-4145. 



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Thinking about creating a landscape next year? Get in touch with us now to book your landscape for next season. Contact Carmen at 403-704-4145. Installation is also available.

Is there a specific shrub or tree that your landscape needs? Contact us at 403-704-4145 and we can order it.



Did you know we offer fundraising for organisations, school groups and many more? Let us help you reach your goals. Contact us for more information at or 403-704-4145. 




Many annuals and perennial attract "good" bugs to gardens and landscapes. These "good" bugs eat the "bad" bugs which harm our gardens. For more information about which plants attract "good" bugs, Permaculture Research Institute

For more beneficial plants, visit the Garden Tips page.