• Living Christmas Trees

    Living Christmas Trees

    Start a new tradition this season with live Christmas trees. Plant your Christmas tree this season after it has been used.

  • Poinsettia Paradise

    Poinsettia Paradise

    Come down to Rice Road to experience a poinsettia paradise, all poinsettias are locally grown in Ontario! Choose from 100's of poinsettias available in a number of colors to decorate your home this holiday season.

  • Winter Workshops

    Winter Workshops

    Sign-up today to learn how to create winter urns and centerpieces.

  • Fundraising Opportunity

    Fundraising Opportunity

    We have a great opportunity for your school, organization or church to raise funds this holiday season. Find out how you can sell poinsettias or coupons this holiday season.

Rice Road’s Garden Blog

407, 2017

Why won’t my Hydrangea bloom?

Learn why your hydrangeas won't bloom with this handy article. The reason may be easier than you think!

107, 2017

Our thoughts and Advice on Japanese beetles

Learn how to control and deal with the influx of Japanese Beetles.

2006, 2017

Pepper Maggots

Have you experienced premature ripening or decay of your peppers where they rot and drop to the ground?Or have you ever harvested a perfect looking pepper, but when you open it it is full of maggots? If either of these have happened to you, your peppers have pepper maggots. Learn how to control this yucky pest in your vegetable gardens.

1606, 2017

Air Plants: How-To

Airplants are fairly easy to care for, and can be grown with 3 basic requirements: light, water, and air circulation. Learn about how to care for these unusual specimens.

706, 2017

Reclaim Your Yard From Mosquitoes

With such a wet year, mosquito populations are expected to be higher than previous years. Protect your family against these pests and possible West Nile Virus with some of our recommended products.

506, 2017

Ants and Aphids

Have you noticed ants 'attacking' your garden plants? Are the leaves on your plants becoming discolored, and, if left long enough, curling up on themselves? Do they look as if they have ash or soot all over them? If you have seen any of these signs in your garden, you may want to check your plants for aphids.