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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is there parking available?

Yes! We have a large parking lot for your convenience. There are also several disabled parking spaces available close to the entrance of the Garden Centre.

Do you have wheelchairs or strollers available for guests on-site?

No. If you require use of these devices, please bring your own with you.

What are your hours? When do you close for the season and when do you re-open?

You can find our current hours and opening dates on our Contact Us page.  Generally speaking, the greenhouse is open from May to September, 10am-6pm. Our office is open year-round from Monday to Friday, 830am-4pm

Do you have gift certificates?

Yes! We have gift certificates available for purchase in-store and online! You can purchase them in denominations of up to $200 per card. Click here to view gift cards.

Do you have delivery services available?

Yes! We can arrange for your large purchases to be delivered for a fee. We only offer this service within the City of Saskatoon, and the immediate surrounding communities of Martinsville, and Warman.

Do you carry bulk soil?

We carry a variety of bagged soils for your selection.  We believe this is a better way to purchase your soil as its much easier to transport and you can save any unused portion of the bag for future use.  If you require bulk soil services, we can refer you to someone in the community.

Do you carry sod?

We do not carry any sod. If you require sod, we can direct you to our neighbour Tuff Turf on Valley Road, which grows and sells sod products.

Do you have “X” plant/tree/shrub?

Due to the nature of our business, we are unable to do stock-checks. We do, however, publish a complete listing of the varities of botanicals we carry. Have a look at our Plant Database to see if we have the plant you are looking for.

New variety requests can be made via our online contact form.

What Hardiness “Zone” are we in?

For practical purposes, Canada has adopted the American hardiness zone classification system which defines 13 zones by annual extreme minimum temperature. In Saskatoon, we are classified as a “Zone 3b”.

To give some context, Vancouver is a “Zone 8b”, and Yellowknife is a “Zone 0a”.