A yard is like a child—without constant care and attention, it can grow unruly and attack passersby for toys and seed catalogues. Keep capricious coppices in check with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of flowers and more at The Kelowna Flower Farm on Berard Road.
The Kelowna Flower Farm's greenhouses cultivate exotic and local plants and bedding handpicked for longevity in the Okanagan climate. Heritage annuals, perennials, water plants, and other products gather in galleries of shrubs and sapling trees ($9.99+) or more exotic soil citizens such as a two-gallon papyrus ($14.99), the fibres of which ancient Egyptians used as early paper for funerary texts and Wolfman-versus-Mummy fan fiction. Locally grown, annual bedding plants such as alyssum and zinnia ($2.99) are available in six-packs to mingle and minuet with perennials ($2.49–$24.99), from stealthy alpine jeepers creepers to herbs and more than 20 breeds of pedigree tomatoes.
Patrons can also put this deal toward pricier products and containers, such as an Enzo crescent pot ($99.99), as well as a selection of custom planters, seeds, gloves, watering cans, and extra-strength aphid repellent for giant beanstalks. The Kelowna Flower Farm provides services such as over-wintering for exotic plants and listless in-laws, implemented by knowledgeable staff in an open, country farm atmosphere.
The Kelowna Flower Farm
After years at the helm of his family’s 60-year-old garden centre in Burnaby, Barry Kuypers opted for a change of scenery. He and his family moved to Kelowna and opened The Kelowna Flower Farm. Now managed by his daughter Carrie, the plant centre welcomes clients with a country farm's hospitality and a green thumbs up. The gardening professionals choose shrubs, blossoms, and herbs that can adapt to the Okanagan climate, and their bedding plants run the alphabet from abutilons to zinnias. Clients have their choice of around 2,000 hanging baskets and heritage perennials, which return year after year to remind households to file their taxes. A selection of exotic plants adds flair to yards with tropical water plants, mandevillas, and lemon trees to replace money trees that have only sprouted IOUs.
3683B Berard Rd.
Kelowna, British Columbia V1W 4A9Get Directions