Who We Are
Horse Lake Garden Centre is the largest Nursery in the South Cariboo region. We serve a wide area from Williams Lake to Clinton with many customers coming from even further afield. Our main facility is located in Lone Butte, an easy 10 minute drive from 100 Mile House. We also operate satellite locations during the season in Williams Lake adjacent to the Home Hardware Store and in 100 Mile at the Ace Hardware store. Satellite stores usually open by the Mothers’ Day weekend.
What We Do
We carry an extensive range of annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees, all suited to the Cariboo climate. In addition we carry soils, fertilizers, landscaping materials, pond supplies, seeds, garden tools and equipment. In fact, most everything you will need for the gardening season and our knowledgeable staff will be happy to assist you to make your garden a success.
Want your baskets and containers custom planted? We can do that! Or choose from our colourful selection of pre-planted containers and hanging baskets.
Visit our Gift Store – The Burlap Cabin – with an eclectic array of giftware, clothing and fashion accessories, decorator pieces and jewelry – all hand-picked by Marcia.
Roger and Marcia Stratton are seasoned business people who lived on the coast but loved coming up to their cabin on Green Lake in their spare time. In fact, they loved the area so much that they decided to pursue business opportunities in the 100 Mile House region. Horse Lake Garden Centre was a perfect fit. However, they didn’t want to run an “average” garden centre so they have strived to make it a “destination” Garden Centre. They offer a beautiful sitting area by the pond, a huge variety of plants, garden supplies and a large gift shop filled with “hand-picked” items by Marcia.
The Strattons are strong believers in their community and support a number of local charities and community events.
TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS
We are pleased to advise that effective immediately our business has been classified by the B.C. Government as “Essential Services”. This means that we will be able to continue serving you during these challenging times.
We are committed to continue operations safely and have taken the necessary precautions to ensure the health and well-being of our employees, customers and the community. By following the guidance and recommendations of the World Health Organization and the Public Health Agency of Canada, we have implemented measures to keep our facility safe through frequent and thorough cleaning, providing hand sanitizers at work areas and by encouraging personal responsibility and physical distancing within our company.
While we welcome all our customers, we ask that you also take whatever measures you can to protect yourselves and our staff by maintaining physical distancing while visiting our premises and interacting with our staff. We will be restricting the number of customers in our store as per Provincial and Federal guidelines.
We are able to take orders by phone at 250-395-3301 or by email email@example.com. All orders can be paid by credit card over the phone or by e-transfer through your bank prior to a pre-determined pick-up date.
Know that we can also take cash/credit card/debit card at the time of your pick-up but to meet Physical Distancing requirements we would appreciate pre-payment as indicated above to reduce any risks.
In light of the current interest in home grown produce, we have increased our production of vegetables and herbs to ensure that we will have sufficient for all your needs. We also have all the equipment and supplies required to start your own seeds at home. As always, Roger and Marcia and our staff are here to assist you and answer any questions you may have.
Customers from as far away as Victoria, Kamloops, Kelowna and Vancouver have told us that they’ve not seen a more beautiful garden centre nor had better customer service or plant knowledge than found at Horse Lake Garden Centre. Give us a try. We would love to help you choose the best plants, trees or shrubs for your garden or help you with gardening problems.