Great crowd at I.C. Greenhouses spring open house

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Shyanne MacDonald (L) of Amberley, and Charlotte Suplat of Dungannon hold boxes of pansies that are on sale at I.C. Greenhouses during the spring open house which continues today (May 14)


A sea of colourful impatiens can be found in one of the greenhouses


A vast assortment of trees and shrubs is available at I.C. Greenhouses

A great crowd of customers took in the first day of the spring open house at I.C. Greenhouses, east of Highway 21 on the 6th Concession of Huron-Kinloss.

Many were not only touring the greenhouses but purchasing carts full of beautiful flowering plants, containers, hanging baskets, and more. They also enjoyed the delicious refreshments and snacks.

Owner/operator Ida Piel and her staff were kept busy throughout the day, helping customers and filling planters and containers.


Carol (L) and Chrissie Collins of Kincardine fill a cart with plants at the spring open house


Sara Milne (R) talks flowers with her father, Dr. Donald Milne of Kincardine

The open house continues today (May 14), from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Everything is 10% off and pansies are on sale for $1/box.

Remember to fill out a ballot for the free draw!


Teresa Fischer (L) and her mother, Gloria Buckle, of Teeswater choose some flowering plants

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Friday, May 13, 2011