Welcome to our Garden Centre

From its large assortment of trees and shrubs to its diversified and very unique bedding plant selection, Southview Greenhouse offers one of the largest selections of greenhouse and garden products in Northern Ontario. With a dedicated staff, Southview Greenhouse continues to offer the utmost service to all of its customers.



Annuals provide a burst of blooms and stunning foliage to garden beds Learn more


At Southview Greenhouse Growers, we provide a well-stocked selection Learn more

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Trees, Shrubs and Fruits

We carry trees and shrubs in all different shapes, sizes, colours, and Learn more


Hanging Baskets and Planters

Our extensive array of signature hanging baskets, flower and plant Learn more

Vegetable and Herbs

No matter the size of your vegetable garden or how green your Learn more

Soil and Mulch

Soil before you start planting, make sure you start with quality soil Learn more

Fall Mums and Bulbs

We grow a huge selection of fall mums. From small pots to large Learn more

Houseplants and Succulents

Bring some green into your home! Learn more

Seeds: Grass, Vegetable, Herb and Flower

We carry several grass seed mixes to accommodate an array of growing Learn more

Fertilizer and Pest Control

Fertilizer provides these important nutrients which are often lacking Learn more

Why Choose Us?

  • 1 year guarantee * see guarantee details
  • Expert growers on staff
  • Better product
  • Customer-focused service
  • Largest selection of locally grown annuals


Hanging Plants

Our baskets and planters create instant curb appeal, for all sizes of residential and commercial properties! Learn More

Creating Pollinator-Friendly Gardens

Looking to attract more bees, butterflies, and birds to your yard? Here are a few tips for creating a pollinator-positive space: Keep in mind that you don’t want to limit the pollinator-attracting blooms to just the height of summer – think about spring through late fall. Make sure to include lots of native varieties. Often times ‘new and improved’ varieties are bred for certain attributes like colour, height, and form, and tend to be sterile. Amp up the biodiversity in your yard – bees especially like a wide range of plants to gather nectar and pollen from. Think about their shelter as well – some bees nest in rotted logs or in the ground, so if you have an area you can allow to get a bit wild, let it go! Consider purchasing a bee house, or click here to learn how to build you own! Think about adding white clover to your lawn – it’s tough, easy-growing, and wonderful for bees. We carry it in bulk at Southview, and we consistently hear only positive things about it as a grass substitute. Provide water sources as well. Birdbaths are great for birds, but consider adding shallow plates of water around for bees to drink from. Add a few rocks on the plate as a landing pad. Encourage other people in your neighbourhood to add vistas of pollinator-attracting plants!   Pollinator-Attracting Perennials Milkweed (Asclepsis) Echinacea Geranium Sedum Bee balm (Monarda) Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia) Hollyhock (Alcea) Allium Russian Sage (Perovskia) Obedient Plant (Physostegia) Perennial Sage (Salvia) Aster Coreopsis Delphinium Hosta Phlox Crocus Herbs like thyme, oregano, mint and lavender Catmint (Nepeta)... read more