Flowers are one of our main crops and play an essential role in peoples’ celebrations and every day lives. Weddings, graduations, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, St. Valentine’s Day, Easter, Christmas and funerals all demand flowers and plants.
We grow a large selection of flowers including Dahlias, Chrysanthemums, Roses, Gladiolas, Sunflowers, Asters, Tulips, Lavender and many more. We grow over 350 different varieties of dahlias and many varieties of roses, glads, asters and tulips. For many years we have competed at local fairs and flower shows with outstanding success. Over the years, we have even had the opportunity to gift a bouquet of our dahlias to Queen Elizabeth II on one of her visits to Victoria!
Joan is a longstanding member of the Victoria Dahlia Society and has been the Convenor of the Flower Section at the Saanich Fair for over 25 years. We sell dahlia tubers and plants, various fresh cut flowers, flower arrangements, hanging baskets, flower and herb planters, heritage apple trees and more. We also cater to weddings and special events. For special orders please email Joan at email@example.com
Available July through first frost, usually October
Last approx. 7-10 days from when cut
Dahlias are bushy, tuberous perennial plants native to Mexico and Central America. They are colourful spiky flowers which generally bloom from July to the first frost, usually in October. They come in a variety of colours, patterns and range in size, from giant 10-inch “dinnerplate” blooms to 2-inch lollipop-style pompoms. Most varieties grow to be 4 to 5 feet tall. We currently grow over 350 different varieties of Dahlias for cut flowers, tuber production and flower shows. We sell dahlia tubers and plants, fresh cut flowers, flower arrangements, and cater to weddings and special events.
Dahlia Tubers and Plants
Dahlia Tubers become available for purchase in April 2019.
Available September through November
Last approx. 10-14+ days from when cut
Chrysanthemums, also known as ‘mums’, are native to Asia and Northeastern Europe and start blooming early in autumn. Which numerous varieties and colours to chose from, they are one of the prettiest varieties of perennials and one of the most popular flowers during the month of November.