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When it comes to landscaping, Blue Grass has the right products and services to make your project a success.
But beyond the high-quality sod, trees, and landscaping products we supply, we also have an expert team dedicated to providing you with all the information you might need to make the best decision for your project. We’re here to work with you and make sure you get the right products for your garden.
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Get Ready, Get Set, Get Gardening!Written by Blue Grass
The official start to Prairie gardening is finally, or suddenly upon us depending if you’re ready to get growing or not. In Calgary and area, we have approximately 115 growing days, which is calculated from average last frost dates in spring to first frost dates in fall. At Zone 3, pushing to Zone 4 we […]Read More
Garden Food for ThoughtWritten by Blue Grass
Garden Food for Thought Gardeners strive for beautiful blooms, lush gardens and towering trees no matter where we live. Those of us that garden in Alberta are challenged by a short growing season, a cool climate and variable weather. At the base of this are soils that have been pillaged of the richness that our […]Read More
Springing Gently into Greener GrassWritten by Blue Grass
As warmer weather slowly trickles in to Spring in our region, many of us are gazing out our windows looking for signs of green. A stroll through our yards may involve taking a good look at how things have emerged from the snow, maybe a poke or two in the garden to see if new […]Read More