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

Make your own vertical edible pallet garden

Make your own vertical edible pallet garden

If you visited the greenhouse last summer you may have noticed our vertical pallet garden out in the front of the store. It was such an enjoyable project and we had so much positive feedback about it that we thought you’d like to make one of your own at home! It’s really fun to watch grow and change as the season progresses, completely customizable, and pretty simple to do yourself. Materials needed: One wood pallet – look for one that’s in good shape and has evenly-spaced slats that are wide enough to get plants in between. Hose it off. Landscape fabric – enough to cover the back and sides of the pallet twice (our pallet was about 4’x3.25’, so we used around 30sq’ total) Staple gun Light potting soil A selection of herbs, greens, edible flowers, and whatever else you desire   Step 1: Landscape Fabric Measure, cut and staple two layers of landscape fabric to the back, sides, and bottom of your pallet. Hold it taught and staple generously. Cut and staple a temporary piece for the top as well – this is to prevent the soil from falling out while you fill it and will be removed in a couple of weeks. Bring your prepared pallet to a sunny area off the ground where it can stay laying down for a couple weeks while things get rooted in.   Step 2: Soil Fill with soil. It’s best to use a light potting mix. The amount depends on the size of your pallet, but a quick volume calculation should help you out (length x width x height). According... read more
Top 5 Reasons to Love Succulents

Top 5 Reasons to Love Succulents

By Shannon McGloin Succulents have gained a crazy amount of popularity over the last few years, and for good reason! If you’ve refrained from believing the hype, it’s time to overcome your prejudice and hop on the succulent train! Here are my top 5 reasons to love succulents. 1. Lots of Variety!  There’s a ton of variety as far as colour, leaf shape, and plant structure go, so there’s a lot to choose from. One of the most popular succulents, Jade plants (Crassula ovata), which are often grown as houseplants, have bright green, rounded, fleshy leaves. ‘Flapjack’ Kalanchoes have huge, flat leaves, which are minty green edged with red. Sedums come in endless colours – bright yellow, blues, pinky red, shades of green, rusty brown – and so many forms. Echeveria can have purpley-pink leaves arranged in a rosette, or fuzzy, green-grey, arrow-shaped leaves. Rounded, pointy, juicy, skinny, fuzzy – these are just a few examples of the extensive variety in the wonderful world of succulents.     2. Excellent Drought Tolerance  Probably the most attractive (and most widely touted) feature of succulents is their excellent drought tolerance. Their fleshy leaves hold in most of the plant’s moisture, so their watering requirements are much more seldom than that of the majority of flowering annuals. They’re the perfect choice for a hot, sunny spot where other things may not grow, and you don’t have to worry about them if you hop over to camp for the long weekend. 3. They’re Low Maintenance In addition to being drought tolerant, most succulents are also really easy they are to take care of, making them... read more