Avoiding Potato Scab

If you’ve ever grown an Alberta spud, you’ve probably encountered potato scab. As common as a cold, scab is a bacterial infection that results in nasty scabs across the potato.


Spring & Summer Workshops

Our spring/summer workshops have a little something to offer for everyone, even the little ones. Check out our workshop listings and register today!


Dig In Magazine

Dig into our one and only free spring magazine where you'll find what's trending in the wonderful world of gardening. Watch for physical copies at the greenhouse soon!


Gifts For Mom

Mom’s are pretty special, and it’s easy to forget how much they contribute to our lives every single day. So remember to celebrate mom with the love and appreciate she deserves this Mother’s Day!


Eager Gardeners Podcast

Salisbury Greenhouse and Landscaping strive to bring you gardening tips that will keep you inspired and educated about growing. Now when you grab your morning coffee you can delve into your favourite gardening advice through our podcast "Eager Gardeners".

Dig In Blog

April 24, 2016

Gardening With Succulents

From the Experts,

Gardening With Succulents by Rob Sproule Have you noticed that Succulents are everywh ...
April 7, 2016

Top 3 Gardening Trends For 2016

Trendy and Historic,

  Top 3 Gardening Trends For 2016 by Rob Sproule Gardening is self expression. I ...
March 26, 2016

Pruning in April

From the Experts,Plant TLC,

Pruning in April By Rob Sproule April is the gardeners’ pacing month. The snow has ...
May 1, 2016

Avoiding Potato Scab

Eat What You Grow,From the Experts,

Avoiding Potato Scab by Rob Sproule If you’ve ever grown an Alberta spud, you’ve ...
April 10, 2016

Men In The Garden

Eat What You Grow,

Men In The Garden by Rob Sproule As both a garden writer and a Garden Centre owner, I ...
April 3, 2016

Cut And Come Again

Eat What You Grow,

Cut And Come Again by Rob Sproule How we grow food is changing. The traditional metho ...
March 16, 2016

A Short History of Palm Leaves

A Short History of Palm Leaves by Rob Sproule    Few plants are more recognizab ...