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First Week of the 2021 Season!
Posted on March 04, 2021

Topic(s): Weekly News

Store Hours

Open 7 Days a Week 9:30AM - 5PM Open All Holidays

Thank You for Visiting Us!


We would like to thank everyone who came in to see us during our first week!  Many of you have come to see our tropical selection as well as all the other early offerings we have available.

This week we continue with the set up of our 2021 season. 
Our doors are open every day from 9:30am to 5pm, so come in and see what we have ready.  With the initial excitement of the first weekend of opening over, we no longer have a line up and are under capacity each day.

Looking forward to seeing you soon!
The Greenery Family


We have lots in store!

Choose from our first planting of Pansies and Violas, in every shade imaginable, as well as a good selection of all other great Spring plants like PrimulasRanunculusBellis (English Daisies), Myosotis (Forget-me nots) Pot Carnations, Daffodils, Hyacinth and Tulips.

These are all great for making an early Spring planter for an outdoor location.

Geranium Stock Pots Available

All of the big beautiful show plant geraniums we had on display from last season have been potted up, over-wintered, and are available to purchase.
These are in 14" terra cotta pots for only $29.99

Veggies & Herbs

As always, for all you vegetable enthusiasts (especially those lucky ones with heated greenhouses) we have a good selection of Tomato plants in larger 1 gallon pots, as well as 6" pots planted with assorted varieties.  New this early season, we have some 3-in-1 Pepper pots.  These are 8" pots planted with 3 Kitchen Mini Pepper plants, one yellow, one orange, and one red!

A starter selection of hardy vegetables in both 2.5" pots and bedding packs are also now available.  An assortment of Lettuce, Kale, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Onions, Chives, Chard, Fennel and Artichoke can all be found on table C6.
6" Potted Tomato Plants
Various Hardy Vegetable Bedding Packs
For anyone with a nice naturally lit kitchen space, we have a great assortment of early 3.5" herbs such as Rosemary, Mint, Oregano, Thyme, Basil, and Lavender.

Seedy Selections

Our assortment of Pacific Northwest Seeds is set up along the front wall of the store section with a large selection of vegetable, herb and flower seeds.

Check out the display of International seeds offering some unique vegetable selections from various countries around the world!

Pacific Northwest Seeds is a proudly Canadian company that only supplies seeds to British Columbia and parts of Alberta.

Dahlia, Gladiola & Specialty Bulbs

With over 50 varieties of Dinnerplate, Decorative, and Fringed Dahlia bulbs, it is impossible to not have one of these beauties catch your eye!

Check out the stunning Ball variety 'Marble', the beautiful Dinnerplate varieties 'Fairway Spur' and 'Islander' with 10" blooms, or 'Penhill Watermelon' which boasts 12" blooms!  Decorative Dahlias are lush plants that produce masses of 6-8" blooms.

In the way of Gladiolus, we have some very unique varieties like 'the jumbo flowering 'Blue Tropic' and "Far West' or the deep coloured 'Shaka Zulu', as well as some mixed variety packages.

Unique in our packaged bulb selection are Tiger and Trumpet Lilies, Anemones, Acidanthera (Peacock Flower), Ismene (Peruvian Daffodil), Oxalis, Sprekelia formosana (Aztec Lily) and Belladonna Amaryllis.
Assorted Bulb Selection
Don't forget to take a look at the selection of pots, plastic and pottery in our hard good section.
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