Azaleas

At Fraserview Nursery Ltd, we have wide range of Azalea varieties available. Azaleas easy-care shrubs that blooms in spring. They are easy-care shrubs that come in so many colors it’s hard to find one that doesn’t suit your needs. Azaleas can be grown in nearly any garden. Growing and caring for these shrubs is easy. It is essential that you choose an appropriate planting location

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Windmill Palm Tree

Windmill Palm tree is the variety of Palm tree that grows in Cold hardy conditions. It is one of the most cold hardy palms available on the market today. Those of you living in northern gardening climates as high as zone 6 are still able to grow this stunning island beauty. Not only is Windmill Palm cold tolerant, but it is also unbelievably low maintenance and

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Italian Cypress

The Italian Cypress is a tall, columnar tree, growing to about 40 feet tall and staying only 4 or 5 feet wide, without needing clipping. This striking plant makes a gorgeous tall column of deep green to accent any part of your garden or you can plant a row to make a narrow screen or hedge. It has soft foliage and attractive round cones and

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Gardenia Summersnow

Gardenia Summer Snow bears beautiful, pure white, waxy, double flowers. The flower has a heady, sweet fragrance, which permeates the surrounding air. Cut flowers are recommended indoors for both their beauty and fragrance. Flowers should be placed in a cool spot, and frequently misted with water. Flowers on very short stems are often used floating in shallow bowls indoors and outdoors and are also suited

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Heathers

Heather (Calluna vulgaris) Scotch Heather/Ling Heather, is an evergreen branching shrub. Heather flowers bloom in late summer. Wild species of Heather flowers are usually in purple or mauve shades. The flower’s various cultivars come in colors ranging from white, through pink, a wide range of purples and reds. Different varieties of Heather flowers bloom from late July to November in the northern hemisphere. The flowers

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