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The Niagara College Teaching Greenhouse is an educational greenhouse serviced by students of Niagara College’s horticultural programs.


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Dishgardens, a great gift idea. Limited quantities available.
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Lovely but I don't actually see these listed in the online shop

Jasmin Olguin look 👀

Winter Urn are now for sale
To Purchase please visit www.ncteachinggreenhouse.ca/
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Winter Urn are now for sale
To Purchase please visit https://www.ncteachinggreenhouse.ca/

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What are the days and hours for pickup?? I got a confirmation saying mine is ready ! Thanks

We are unable to hold our annual winter urn workshops this year so we created a take home DIY Winter Urn Kit.

The kit includes everything you need for $40. A 10" pot with soil, all your greens (Cedar, Pine, Fire, Magnolia and Red Dogwood) and your choice of natural, red or gold accessories. This DIY kit comes with a step by step instructional guide.

You can purchase the kit at www.ncteachinggreenhouse.ca/

Our Premade winter urns go up for sale Friday morning on our online shop. Prices range from $45-$60 depending on the type of accessories included.
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Have you heard of a Princettia?

With its compact style it looks a little different from the traditional Poinsettias with colourful bracts that are smaller, thinner, and more bountiful.

Available in Red, White, Soft Pink and Hot Pink for $8
Fancy it up with aromatic evergreens and some sparkle for our custom made Festive's for $15

Available on our store store.ncteachinggreenhouse.ca/

Please provide a phone number or email address so that we can contact you for a pick up time and date. We can not leave cold sensitive plants outdoors.
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Is the white one pure white or is it more like a traditional “creamishgreen”?

My white one from last year is still alive!

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