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Gardens & Services

The powerful impact that gardening has on the environment is astonishing. By changing a few gardening habits you can help to save water, keep toxic chemicals out of drinking water, reduce fossil fuel consumption and protect healthy ecosystems.


Products & Prices

Give us an idea of what you would like to plant and we will recommend the spacing required. Email or contact us with your selected garden design and we will prepare a free estimate of the cost.


Photos & Tips


  • Soil has to be just right. For a healthy garden we suggest a mix of 1/3 Compost, 1/3 Peat Moss, and 1/3 Coarse Vermiculite measured by volume not weight.
  • Carrots, Potatoes, and Leeks would require 12” of soil. I would suggest 6 to 9 inches for almost all other plants.
  • Excess harvests can be picked up and/or dropped off at a local charity.
  • Extend your food supply throughout the winter with blanching, freezing and canning. We can teach you how to do it.
  • Wind can harm your plants. We provide wind breaks on our raised beds to help.

Click here to see Green Gourmet Gardens in the news with more tips!

Garden Zones

Which garden zone do you live in? Find your garden zone so you know which plants will grow the best.

Canadian Hardiness Zone Map

United States Hardiness Zone Map

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Kids Gardening Ideas

Get your kids hooked on Vegetables!

Getting your kids to help you grow your garden is one of the best ways to get your kids eating their veggies! Gardening is also a great way to educate children about saving the environment. There is a great book for kids 3 to 10 years old called Kids Gardening by Tina Forrester. The book covers basic soil preparation, seed-starting and detailed instructions for growing vegetables. The projects in the book are simple and fun and will definitely get your kids interested in growing their own garden!

Check out the following links for some kids gardening ideas….

Kids Gardening

Canadian Gardening - Gardening with kids

Kiddie Gardens

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