What's In Our Catalogue
While we do our best to keep our current availability updated, with over 1000 plants listed on this website we cannot guarantee we will have a specific plant in stock when you arrive. You are always welcome to call or e-mail us if you want to check on the status of any item on the website.
Don't See It Listed Here?
Every year we add new plants to our on-line catalogue and withdraw other plants for propagation. If you saw something last year that is not listed now it may be that our stock is too low to offer it. It can also be because we have found an better variety to carry. Because we are constantly collecting and propagating plants our catalogue changes significantly every year. We also add new varieties throughout the growing season. If you visit the nursery you are sure to find some interesting "gem" that does not appear on this website.
We grow many of the plants listed in the catalogue in the display gardens at the nursery. They have all thrived in our Zone 4 garden despite the fact that some are not generally listed as hardy in our area. Many factors affect how hardy plants will be including snow cover, drainage, use of winter mulches and microclimates within individual gardens. The best sources of information are often local gardening societies and publications specific to individual regions of Canada. In the words of the plant collector and gardening guru Tony Avent, "I consider every plan hardy until I have killed it myself three times." Don't be afraid to try a plant in your own garden despite what the zones might say. We have had many more successes than failures with plants outside their recommended zones.
Our plants range from the common to the rare and from the easy to propagate to the slow and difficult to grow. Our prices reflect these variables. We believe that we offer excellent value for the price. Compare our prices and the size of the plants to other nurseries. We think you will be pleased with both our prices and our quality.
We sell most of our perennials and grasses in 1 or 2 gallon pots. Daylilies are two to 4 fan divisions freshly dug from the field. Some varieties of daylilies are also available potted. Our shrubs aae generally grown in 2 or 3 gallon sizes, although we sometimes offer larger sizes. Conifers range from small starter plants up to 15 gallon sizes. The plants that we sell are strong and well rooted. Our customers tell us they love our plants because they always do well in their gardens.
While every effort is made to keep this site and its contents accurate, neither the author, nor the webmaster assumes responsibility for errors or plant availability.