All Places in ‘Greenhouse & Farmers Market’

  • Wetaskiwin Agricultural Society

    Mission Statement: Our purpose is to promote, preserve and improve agriculture in the community, by creating opportunities for involvement and by making people aware of our society and its goals. This is to be achieved by educational programs, community service, social events and other functions. Projects Supported: 4 H Clubs Read more [...]

  • Greenland Garden Centre

    Greenland is open year round, with something for every season. The amazing indoor garden lets visitors escape winter from January to April. In summer, their impressive plant selection, garden décor and outdoor botanical garden make them a popular destination for gardeners and tourists alike. September opens with a wealth of Read more [...]

  • Country Clay & Garden Works

    Since 1999, Country Clay and Garden Works has offered Redwater area residents and lucky visitors the best in bedding plants, hanging baskets and gardening advice. Only 45 minutes drive from Edmonton, the 8000 square foot greenhouse is awash with colour and air is thick with the smell of growth. Take Read more [...]

  • Cannor Nurseries

    Cannor Nurseries Ltd. has the largest selection of zone 3 trees, shrubs, and perennials west of Edmonton. We have expert staff that help you make choices for your yard.  Check out our web site and Facebook page for free classes and special events. As a grower of hardy, zone 3 trees Read more [...]

  • Arber Greenhouses Ltd.

    Arber Greenhouses is a family-owned business that has operated in the County of Wetaskiwin since 1981.  We are recognized for our beautiful annuals that we grow just for you in our greenhouses. We are open year round with seasonal favourites, unique gifts, garden decor accessories, and advice.  Our skilled staff plants and cares Read more [...]

  • Stony Plain Farmers Marke

    At the corner of 50th Street and 51 Avenue, the Stony Plain Farmers’ Market is Stony Plains Original Farmers’ Market in Downtown, Stony Plain. The market first opened its doors to vendors and customers in fall of 1974. In the late 90’s the market had moved to the Perk Building. Read more [...]