Welcome to Anna’s Perennials Nursery & Gardens
We supply cold hardy cactus, sempervivums, sedums, perennials, and shrubs.
At Anna’s Perennials Nursery & Gardens we grow as many different and interesting species we can find (native and from around the world) that are hardy for us at our location (zone 4-5) and for the most part easy to grow. Ninety percent of what we grow are perennials, with shrubs and trees making up the ten percent.
Our flowerbeds contain mature specimens of many of the plants we sell. We propagate from seeds and cuttings and pot up throughout the season, so there is always something new available. As we do all of this ourselves, we sometimes have a short supply of some of the plants.
We are open from the first Saturday in May (This season we will open on April 30.) until the end of September, and our hours are listed on our answering machine (different hours during the season, so it’s best to check) or check our blog. Please call us at (705) 799-0062, or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you coming from far away, let us know ahead of time.
We welcome visitors to walk through our gardens several times a season, as there is always something new in bloom. Please be aware that children must be kept under constant supervision as we have many ponds, creeks, swamps, poisonous plants as well as many that are not “child friendly” such as cacti and other ‘barbed’ varieties.
We look forward to your visit.
For general prices of our plants and a list of plants available visit our Plant page. Grasses are listed separately at the bottom
Please note that all the plants listed are subject to availability. Please call before visiting if you are looking for a particular plant, as we can’t guarantee that it will be still available. And we are sorry, but we don’t take debit or credit cards.
Form of payment: cash, e transfer, cheque
- All stock is warranted to be in good condition on leaving our nursery
- No warranty is made as to the productiveness of any stock sold.
- Returns are not accepted.
Please check out my blog where you can look at what is blooming at our location from week to week. Check it out on our blog page or on Facebook.
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