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garden centers in edmonton

Posted by madtripper 5/6 Guelph (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 13, 10 at 20:09

Are there any garden centers in Edmonton area that have more specialty items. Especially smaller plants - since I have to fly them home. I'd be very interested in someone specializing in alpines.


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RE: garden centers in edmonton

Hole's Greenhouse in St Albert has a large selection of perennials. I think they have some alpines. There are several good garden centres in the area. I'd suggest calling around when you get to Edmonton.


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RE: garden centers in edmonton

You must check out Wellington Garden Center just off St.Albert Trail.. It is a wonderful place. Here is the address and they also have a website. Have a wonderful trip!!
Wellington Garden Centre
13648 - 142 Street
Edmonton, Alberta
T5L 4Z2

T: (780) 455.2281*
F: (780) 447.4741
E: info@wellingtongardencentre.com
http://wellingtongardencentre.com/index.htm


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RE: garden centers in edmonton

Greenland Garden Centre is the very best in town for service and price. Holes and wellington are just too darn expensive.

greenlandgarden.com


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RE: garden centers in edmonton

I think they are all too expensive, or maybe I'm too cheap. However, I like Walmart, Superstore and Canadian Tire. At the end of Summer, early fall you can get some pretty good bargains. The only time I would get anything from a Garden Center is if I need a tree/roses on own roots/some evergreen shrubs. With trees you get what you pay for, and also roses on their own roots.


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