Wild Licorice

Somehow Christmas is coming up fast and we find ourselves scurrying to be ready. We have managed to get our Wild Teas packaged (check them out here or if you are in the Spruce Grove area please go to Backyard Birds Nature Shop). We even have a matching 12 day wooden medieval castle advent calendar to go with them should someone be so inclined.

I’ve also been able to get back to my art and have some pieces available online here as well as at Furniture First and Backyard Birds Nature Shop. They are a few of our Drawbridge Affiliates that support local and eco-friendly whenever they can. 

Of course Medieval Manor Gardens is continuing to plan out some workshops (trying to find some suitable locations at the moment) and growing schedules for the new season.

Regenerative Landscapes

We do have a certain number of natives, herbs and flowering plants that can be grown indoors, some local art and a few other odds ‘n’ ends available as well.  

Highbush Cranberry

I have also started adding a short description section to each of our available plant species to help give you some quick info. Things like light and moisture requirements, blooming period, mature size, and special qualities will all be listed here for your convenience to make your decision making process a little easier. Please be patient as this upgrade will take some time, since I will be doing it all myself at this point! If you  have a question, request or comment, don’t be shy! Please message me or send an email and I will get back to you asa I can.

Now, step through our gates and we’ll open your senses to an ancient but newly rediscovered world of plants including local Alberta grown natives, cold hardy edibles, and healing herbs. 

Medieval Manor Gardens provides plants for commercial projects like landscaping and reclamation, community groups, and retailers such as garden centres. We are also looking for restaurants, microbreweries and other specialty food and beverage producers that would like to add some local, unique and/or wild fare to their creations. Throughout the COVID 19 crisis we are offering online purchasing and doorstep/tailgate delivery to retail clients including native and cold hardy edible and medicinal plants, baked goods, as well as our own excess garden bedding out plants. We are now booking for outdoor, socially distanced guided hikes and workshops with limited numbers so check out our events page and on Facebook!

Virtual tours, online workshops and videos are works in progress but will take time to develop.

Winterized Plants

Stay safe and thank you for supporting local business and for going back to your roots to grow your future,

Dawn Watts,

Owner and creator of Medieval Manor Gardens