Honeywood Heritage Nursery in Redberry Lake Biosphere Region

Honeywood Heritage Nursery

Honeywood Heritage Nursery was founded by Dr A. J. Porter in 1934. Dr Porter was known world-wide for the development of over 30 varieties of lilies and the hybridizing of plants that would be of high quality, disease resistant and hardy for the prairies. Declared a Provincial Heritage Site in 2007, the nursery includes specialty gardens, orchards, lily fields, walking or wagon tours, picnic areas, a museum and a new gift shop. Browse through the garden centre which offers a variety of plants, annuals and perennials for sale.

Open May 14 – September 18

Daily 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

Directions

Honeywood Rd, 6.4 km S and 1.6 km W of world’s largest lily located on Hwy 40 at Parkside.

Google Maps

GPS: 53.16598, -106.5359

Contact

Phone: 306-747-3307 or 306-747-2275 
honeywoodn8@gmail.com

Biodiversity

Along with the unique lillies you are sure to find many other stunning plant species and birds within these lovely gardens.

Locations on this tour are inhabited by a few creatures and critters that you should be mindful of:

  • Deer & Dog Ticks – High Risk, May through July
  • Bear – Low Risk, April through October

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