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Willow - Lace Weeping - Tree
Location: Sun | Zone: 3
A fast growing weeping willow. Orignated in China. The leaves are long and change to yellow in the fall while the bark is a red-brown color. Due to the large size of this willow, please plan accordingly when planting. This tree grows best in full sun.
Visit our Plant Directory to view ALL our NEW varieties.
Garden Highlights


New and exciting plants and products will be available at the greenhouse this spring! Including microgreens and mushrooms. Stay tuned for additional sneak peaks.

Upcoming Events:

Miniature Garden Party - Create your own terrarium or container garden. March 24 @ 1pm or March 27 @ 1pm

For more information and additional events, please visit the Events page.


This is a great time to plan your spring baskets and planters. Anaylze the areas where they will be placed and determine the amount of water and sun/shade that they will be recieving. This determines the type of annuals that will be placed in them. For additional help designing your baskets, check out our Potting Party on April 24 or 28th.  

We will once again have West Coast Seeds available at the greenhouse. They are scheduled to arrive on April 2nd. The potato sets will also be arriving on April 2nd.



We will be hosting a variety of kids events throughout the season. Stay tuned for upcoming information on these events.

Kids Easter Craft - Create a living grass garden in honor of the celebration of Easter. March 24 @ 10am or March 27 @ 10am. For more information, please visit the Events page.


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.



A big thank you to the organizations that are fundraising with us again this year! We are very excited to once again bring you beautiful baskets and tasty edibles.



With spring on the way and the greenhouse filling up, we are ordering our beneficial bugs. We use these beneficial bugs to eat other "bad" bugs, such as aphids and white flies. 

For more beneficial plants, visit the Garden Tips page.