Welcome to 2020

January 2, 2019 Case Garden CentreNewsSpecials

Happy New Year and Welcome to Georama 2020 !! We are now open  from 9AM to 5PM Monday to Saturday. Drop by and say hello and watch as new stock starts arriving for the upcoming gardening season. We are super excited to begin our 50th year in business! During the year we will be hosting […]


2020 Spring Work Shops

April 6, 2018 Case Garden CentreNews

GEORAMA GARDEN CENTRE SPRING 2018 WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS ARE CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS During the spring gardening season Georama will hold a series of workshops and seminars covering a wide range of gardening topics. Expert staff members will provide informative and entertaining sessions Saturday mornings and repeated on Sunday afternoons. […]


Georama Wins Platinum As the West Kootenay’s Top Garden Centre

November 16, 2017 Case News


Pearl Bush – Georamas Plant of the Week

April 23, 2017 Case NewsPlant of the Week

Common Name:  Snow Mountain Pearl Bush Botanical Name:  Exochorda x racemosa Although Pearl Bush has been seen in Garden Centres for a while, it has not been utilized nearly as much as other early spring blooming shrubs such as forsythia, azalea, spirea and even deutzia. Probably because early varieties of Exochorda can grow to be […]


Smoke Bush – Georama Plant of the Week

April 17, 2017 Case NewsPlant of the Week

Common Name:     Smoke Bush Botanical Name:     Cotinus coggygria Known for its large ‘clouds’ of fluffy, smoke- like puffs of blooms, (actually billowy ‘hairs’ attached to the elongated spent flowers) the Smoke Bush is an upright, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub native from Southern Europe to China. Most familiar to us is the ‘Royal Purple’ Smoke Bush with […]


Witch Hazel – Georama Growers Plant of the Week

April 6, 2017 Case NewsPlant of the Week

Common Name:      Witch Hazel Botanical Name:      Hamamelis intermedia This week’s subject is a rather interesting large shrub that blooms in late winter or very early spring. In our nursery they often bloom in mid February! Depending on the variety, they bloom with unique yellow, gold, orange or red flowers. As fall approaches, the dark green […]


Clematis – Georama Growers Plant of the Week

March 28, 2017 Case NewsPlant of the Week

Common Name:      Clematis sp. Botanical Name:      Clematis The word clematis comes from ancient Greece and translated means ‘climbing plant’ – a pretty obvious choice to say the least. There are now over 250 known species and cultivars of this most astounding vine. Such a large variety enable the gardener to have masses of blooms from […]


Eskimo Sunset Maple – Georama Plant of the Week

March 21, 2017 Case NewsPlant of the Week

Common Name:      Eskimo Sunset Maple Botanical Name:      Acer pseudoplatanus ‘Esk Sunset’ The Latin word for this group of maples –pseudoplatanus, translates as False Plane Tree, I guess since the leaves resemble those of the common Plane Tree (who is in charge of this stuff?) The common name actually comes from the Esk Valley in New […]


Don’t just Stand There – Plant Something

March 14, 2017 Case NewsSpecials

This Week our Internet Special is pretty exciting …… all 5″ perennials are 25% off – but only until April 14th  


King Tut Grass – Georama Plant of the Week

March 14, 2017 Case News

Common Name:      King Tut Grass Botanical Name:      Cyperus papyrus   Cyperus papyrus is native to Africa. It is a tall clump forming perennial sedge that will grow up to 15’ tall. It forms a grass-like clump of triangular green stems that rise up from thick woody rhizomes. The most notable feature are stems topped by […]


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