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Costco Garden Centre | Fruit trees, 4 combo fruit trees, hanging basket, flowers, tulips, azaleas, Cedar Tree, Tomatoes|

My Costco has a small garden center. feel free to add more pictures.




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Jan 15, 2009
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We're still freezing in Quebec.
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May 2, 2016
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is costco garden center open in GTA? i visited during weekend but was not open.
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That's a nice variety. Last year had extremely dull and limited selection due to covid.
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I see green grass... this aint Ontario. This has got to be BC.

Yep this is the Costco at 9151 Bridgeport in Richmond BC.
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Can they produce within this year? or before September?
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Anikiri wrote: I see green grass... this aint Ontario. This has got to be BC.

Yep this is the Costco at 9151 Bridgeport in Richmond BC.
Yet, don't think fig can survive Ont.
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Nov 11, 2017
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I was so excited thinking this was Ont. Do they tend to stock trees here too? I don't think I've seen them, but I haven't gone looking either.
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Just fyi I heard that fruit trees are best bought bare root from reputable nurseries for best results in the future
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Thanks for the post, I’ve been wanting to check out their garden centre and this saves me a trip. Some of the plants look sort of rough. Hopefully there will be more selection as time goes by.
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aokec wrote: Just fyi I heard that fruit trees are best bought bare root from reputable nurseries for best results in the future
I bought one of these apple trees many years ago (they were $24.99 back then) and it’s done okay for the price, putting out lots of fruit every summer. Too bad the apples suck and turn mealy shortly after ripening. I don’t recommend the Cox’s Orange Pippin variety.
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Great prices, between 30-50% less than we see at other nurseries around here. I bought a fruit salad tree last year and by early July one branch was diseased and lost all its leaves and another was incredibly small with 0 leaves.... but then it surprised me and the branch with the disease regrew it's leaves and shot up nearly a foot and the little branch also developed leaves! I hope it'll continue doing as good this year.

You have to be careful with those though, you can't let them bear fruit for a number of years without support (or it's probably better to just clip the fruit completely) otherwise they break at the graft site.
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Focus wrote: Yet, don't think fig can survive Ont.
Mine has...4 years and going in SW Ont. Look up how to protect it during winter.
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krutoigoga wrote: Mine has...4 years and going in SW Ont. Look up how to protect it during winter.
Does it bear fruit in the summer?
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krutoigoga wrote: Mine has...4 years and going in SW Ont. Look up how to protect it during winter.
If it's small, bent it to the ground and cover with lots of leaves and cardboard. I did two years before and it worked really well. Last year it was too big and I have to wrap it with tree wrap. Let's see.
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Fire wrote: If it's small, bent it to the ground and cover with lots of leaves and cardboard. I did two years before and it worked really well. Last year it was too big and I have to wrap it with tree wrap. Let's see.
This guy knows what he is taking about!
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Way too early. Those plants will be dead by Friday lol
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Toronto was at -18 degree C just 2 days back !! I am an avid gardener though, would love too see this usually, however I would recommend buying from professional garden stores like Jade , Terra or even Veseys online !! Check out the Veseys website, they have a good collection and recently had a great sale where I got 2 apple trees ( still have to think where to fit them once I get them lol)

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