British Columbia Garden Nurseries
Here is a list of nurseries we compiled to help you, the Western Canadian gardener.
Disclaimer: Although we order from many of the nurseries on this list, they are independent entities from Rainyside.com. We therefore cannot provide any guarantees regarding your purchases.
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A small specialist nursery located in Brentwood Bay on Vancouver Island's Saanich Peninsula. Brentwood grows mainly perennials and roses. They propagate and grow perennials from seed and divisions from the gardens of themselves and friends, and from across the world.
They are able to offer plants from both Shalpines and Horizon Nurseries, which specialize in alpines and exciting plants which are not easily obtainable.
Cedar Rim Nursery
7024 Glover Rd.
Langley, BC V2Y 2R1
They grow our own herb plants in one heated and two unheated greenhouses. Plant selection changes daily. Please phone ahead to reserve plants if you are traveling a long distance.
Jurassic Plants Nursery is a Canadian specialty nursery growing hardy cycads from seed. They specially select Cycas, Macrozamia, Dioon and Zamia species to thrive in Canadian conditions, indoors or out. They grow Cycads for Canada.
They want to share their passion for gardening with you and support you in this wonderful and creative activity. They want your visit to be an enjoyable and inspiring family outing, a learning experience and an opportunity for your love and passion for gardening to grow.
Specialties: Species Peonies, Species Rhododendrons, Species Gentians, Species Violets, Species Arisaemas, Species Penstemons, Dryland plants from Jim's Gopher Reserve & Spa, The Hillkeep Collections along with a full range of plants in their catalog. Check them out!
The Perennial Gardens
13139 224th St. Maple Ridge
Maple Ridge, BC, V4R 2P6 Canada
Phone: 604 467 4218
Fax: (604) 467 3181
A perennial mail order nursery offering over 1800 exciting varieties of perennials and botanical bulbs to intrigue all Canadian gardeners. With our three acres of display gardens they grow what they sell. They import exciting new varieties from England, China and beyond. Many of these varieties are unique.