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Country Gardens and Greenhouse - NEW Plant Show Case
Shasta Daisy - Sunny Side Up - Perennial
Location: Sun | Zone: 3
A white daisy-like flower with a large yellow center. The flowers appear on sturdy stems surrounded by narrow, coarse foliage. Multiple blooms per stem and multiple stems per plant. These daisies make excellent cut flowers and are drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies. Rabbit tolerant.
Haskap - Polar Jewel - Fruit
Location: Sun | Zone: 3
A fruiting shrub that is native to Siberia. It is known for its hardiness and large, dark blue edible berries. These berries mature in early summer and are excellent for fresh eating, preserves and baking, especially pies and jams. In the spring, the flowers are white and pink which gives the shrub ornamental value as well. Must have two varieties for pollination.
Visit our Plant Directory to view ALL our NEW varieties.
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The greenhouse will be taking a new direction this 2019 season. In doing so, we will not be open for the season except for May 14 - 18th. During this time we will be open from 9:00am - 7:00pm. 

 We invite you to join us from May 14 -18th at the greenhouse to experience the beauty of spring! 





Spring is fast approaching! 

  • Call Country Gardens and Greenhouse to book your spring planters. 
  • Research and plan for perennials, shrubs and trees to add to your yard.
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.