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Workshops Sunday June 10th @ 1pm.

Fairy Garden Workshop

Create your Own Fairy Garden 

Complete with everything you need to make a magical Fairy Garden in a container including the
pixie dust! (not like the garden seen in pic below)

Cost : $35 per garden

Call to
 reserve your space by Friday June 8th. 

$10 upon registering required

613 354-4488

Ages 6 and up

Make a Succulent Wreath

Sunday June 10th @ 3pm.

Cost $55.00

Everything to complete a 12" Succulent Wreath

Call to register by Friday June 8th.

$10 deposit upon registering required

613 354-4488

Visa & Mastercard are accepted


HOURS: Monday - Saturday 9am-6pm. Sundays 10am.-5pm.

Cactus varieties

Hoya Hearts

Annual  Flowers

Largest Selection in the area including Proven Winners thrillers, fillers, & spillers for spectatular colour all season long 

        We carry many unusual colours of fuschia, makes a great attraction for hummingbirds.


Quality annuals sold in flats, single pots, gorgeous custom planters and hanging baskets put together by us with our design or yours. In our pots or your own.

Picasso In Pink... is back 


Berry Bushes


NEW Haskap Berry have more 3 times more anti-oxidants than wild blueberries.
High in Vitamin C & A, with high fibre and potassium. Zone 2
Gooseberry, Red Currant, Black Currant,  Blueberry Bushes, Raspberries, Blackberries, Strawberry plants, Asparagus roots, Rhubarb, Horseradish, & Fruit trees 



TOPSY TOM, Tumbling Red & Yellow - ideal for upside down planters -   HEIRLOOMS- Large assortment of heirloom tomato plants, many being certified organic. 

View all varieties on our "What's New"  page. 

 We grow over 40 varieties of tomatoes.

Look for varieties under "What's NEW"

Come see us at the Kingston Farmer's Market

Every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, middle row on Brock Street from Easter till Christmas. Tuesdays after June 01st.  Our stall is stocked with a hand-picked selection of our finest plants (May, June& July) along with local fruits and vegetables including strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, wild blueberries, Niagara peaches & plums, field tomatoes, zucchini, slicing & pickling cucumbers, and 3 types of corn in season. Just to name a few!


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