Everything you need for a greener lifestyle

WHO WE ARE

Here to Grow with You

At Heidi’s GrowHaus & Lifestyle Gardens, service is always in season. From premier plant material and gardening goods to educational workshops and garden maintenance, we’ve got everything you need to flourish. 

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Unique Finds

Featuring a selection of native plants only found here at Heidi’s!

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Sustainable Practices

Enhancing local ecology and living lightly on the land.

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Homegrown

Growing our plants with great care at our own Garden Centre.

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COMMUNITY

Creating custom outdoor space to connect people with nature.

Upcoming Events

Learn. Explore. Grow.

May 26

Bring your gardening questions and visit with a Master Gardener! Every Sunday from...

June 06

Get kids outside to play and into gardening at our Kid's Club Workshops!...

July 11

Get kids outside to play and into gardening at our Kid's Club Workshops!...

HEIDI’S FAVORITE

Leontopodium alpinum

(Edelweiss)

Edelweiss showcases wooly foliage and white, star shaped flowers that carry the meaning of devotion. It's meaning is derived from the plant's ability to grow in tough, alpine extreme locations. Accustomed to poor soils, cold temperatures and high winds, these devoted flowers are easy to care for and are well-suited for a rock garden.

Garden Maintenance Full to part sun
Garden Management Services Low maintenance
Gardening Services Hardiness Zones 4-7
Native Plant Gardens Well drained
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