Rock Wall Gardens specializes in selling a wide variety of hardy unique perennial plants, and garden art, which we also offer workshops in for you to create
your own items.
Our goal is to select plants with the following characteristics: long blooming, interesting all season, drought tolerant, hardy to our area, unusual plants not normally found in other local garden centers, germinated/propagated and grown locally.
We seek rare and unusual seeds from around the world not normally found in the retail trade, which we germinate, grow in our gardens on site and observe for at least one year before offering to our customers. This allows us to ensure we know the plants, know how they grow in our local area, and can ensure our unique plant labels depicit how the plant will perform locally. (click any of the following to open unique plant photos) alpines, unique perennials We have several display gardens on site were you can actually see all the plants we sell and grow. Some of my particular favorite plants are: alpines, rockery plantings, Lewisia, Saxifraga, Sedums, Sempervivums, Veronicas to name just a few. We carry currently have over 700 varieites of plants in our gardens, some still in the testing stages. (click here to open garden photos).
We sell several differant styles of hand crafted hypertufa containers, some already planted and/or empty for you to add your own plants. They make great unique gifts for gardeners. If you want to create your own containers check out our workshops. (click here to open photos of hypertufa) or click here to see further workshop info. Along with our containers we have added limited Garden art items for sale such as decorative leaves, stepping stones, (see workshops page for photos), stained glass on granite stone.
Cass we offer are in: Glass on glass stain glass windows
decorative leaves - can use as water features, bird baths, planters, or as stepping stones
(Sorry we do not sell on-line and do not ship out of Canada)
We encourage you to come visit our many gardens overflowing with plants.
Go to our workshops page for more information. or check out our garden photos using the banner at the top of this page.
This page was last updated: December 3, 2015
see our contact us page for more detailed directions and hours for our gardens.
2015 Gardens are now closed opening again
early May 2016. We are still doing stained glass workshops thru the winter. see workshop page.
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