149 UPPER BENCH ROAD SOUTH • PENTICTON • 250.493.0007

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Your local nursery and garden centre in Penticton.

At Flowers on the Bench we invite you to come explore our luscious greenhouses filled with a vast selection of plants to create your very own tropical paradise.  Our expansive nursery and garden centre on Upper Bench Road South is en route to the famous Naramata Bench filled with award winning Okanagan wineries and vineyards.

Our expert team is here to help whether you are planning a vegetable garden, designing a flower bed, planting rose bushes or xeriscaping to save water during the hot Okanagan summer.  We have a large selection of annuals, perennials, tropicals, succulents and herbs to brighten and decorate your patio and add flavours to your favourite family bbq.  And Mothers Day wouldn't be complete with out getting your special love a hanging basket or planter overflowing with colourful blossoms.

Light pruning and yard cleanup services are offered in the fall and early spring to help you get ready for the gardening season.  Unique tropical plants can be overwintered in our heated greenhouse and ready for your patio at your leisure.  Delivery and planting of trees, shrubs and cedar hedges from our house to yours, is a service we are happy to offer our clients. 

Custom growing for vineyards is now a service offered at your local greenhouse.  Bring us your grape vine cuttings and we will propagate them and start you new plants ready for the grape vine growing season.

Our ‘Grown in House’ selection of plants are started from seed locally so they are acclimatized and ready for your garden or outdoor living area.  Gardening enthusiasts and beginner gardeners alike can find specialized plants and products together at Flowers on the Bench Greenhouses. 
 
We are pleased to offer our loyal customers that are members of the Penticton Chamber of Commerce and the Penticton Garden Club 5% off any regular priced order over $50.00, show us your membership card to receive your discount.
 
Visit us today and start your garden locally.

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