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The Government of British Columbia announced last week that Garden Centers were considered an essential service. We are doing our best to help you get your gardening needs in a safe manner.
For the first time, our suppliers are selling out of veggie starts and seeds are becoming limited. Next week we hope to get a fresh batch of summer starts. We are offering delivery service, no contact pick up, and a limited amount of guests in our gardens to find inspiration. We ask if you enter our gift shop to please go directly to the bathroom to wash your hands. We are on shortened hours, for now, so please be sure to email your requests at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our hours of operation are Wednesday through Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm. The delivery service begins at 3 pm.
Please follow our FB page to get updates on all our new plants that arrive weekly, and any changes to our hours.
Thanks to Britt at Sooke Pocket News for giving us the opportunity to post this letter, this is definitely a community news source.
Thank You for supporting our local small businesses!
Enjoy your gardens!
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