Farms Selling Flowers, Annuals

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Bloomers

  • 12776 – 256th Street, Maple Ridge
  • 604.724.3286 or 604.788.2855

Come and visit our Country Farm and Nursery.  We pride ourselves in quality locally grown vegetable plants, vegetables; including pickling cucumbers, garlic, dill and horseradish; basket stuffers and a variety of beautiful handmade baskets. For fresh flowers, vegetables and pickling … Continue reading

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Cedar Rim Nursery

Visit us for a one-stop garden shopping experience! Since it began as a small family business in 1978, Cedar Rim Nursery has grown to be the largest retail/wholesale nursery in BC. Still family owned and operated, Cedar Rim Nursery sits … Continue reading

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Clearview Garden Shop

A new location just south of the freeway at the 264th Street exit. It’s easy access with plenty of parking. The new and improved Garden Shop has an inspiring atmosphere filled with great plants and knowledgeable staff. It’s the perfect … Continue reading

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Devan Greenhouses Ltd

  • 28904 Fraser Highway, Abbotsford
  • 604.857.4944
  • 604.857.4947

Devan Greenhouses started out in 1993 as a small family run greenhouse located in Chilliwack, BC. Since then then we moved to Abbotsford and built a fully glass greenhouse that has grown to 30,000 square metres and includes a garden … Continue reading

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Grow & Gather (Trice Farms Ltd)

Grow & Gather (formerly Trice Farms Pond & Garden) is a farmstead garden shop, tending a full complement of culinary, floral, landscape, and aquatic plants, plus an array of pond supplies.  Shop for homegrown and locally sourced garden products, book the … Continue reading

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Two EE’s Farm Market

Our store is a popular destination for fresh fruits and vegetables in Surrey. We carry a large variety of organic and non-organic produce at great prices: a great variety of vegetables, herbs, and seasonal Asian greens. Produce marked “grown without … Continue reading

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Wisbey Veggies

  • 40326 No. 3 Road, Abbotsford BC
  • 604.823.6772
  • 604.823.4619

Despite a fire destroying our produce barn at the beginning of the 2015 season, a small kiosk and storage container will be operated for the sale of our own home grown vegetables. Our potatoes, root crops, sweet corn, cauliflower, cabbage, … Continue reading