What's Blooming at the Park

Daylilies are blooming in the west Park and Asiatic Lilies are nearing the end of their season.  The Rose Garden, Cottage and Heritage Gardens are amazing this year...Dahlias have started blooming in the east Park as well.

Construction of our engraved path 'Memory Lane' has been completed in the west Park but volunteers now have a huge job clearing weeds and tending plants that have been inaccessible to us since early June.  For a progress report and photos on construction of our 'Memory Lane', please visit Path Update

To view any plants in this end of the Park, please view from outside of the fence.  Please respect the barriers, our signage and locked gates as we clean up and care for areas of new sod and seeded lawn.  This includes the area outside of the west Park next to the City sidewalk that joins Red Willow Trail.

If you are unfamiliar with the Park and plan to visit, please check out  Visitor Information

Gift Shop & Patio

The Gift Shop and Patio are open daily from 10 am to 5 pm.  We have some beautiful artwork and garden themed items as well as a variety of ice cream novelties to enjoy on the patio.

If you are visiting us for the first time, please come by and pick up our Guided Walking Map which highlights the many gardens in the Park.


Thank You

Thank you to everyone who has supported the Park with a donation, shopping in our Gift Shop, purchasing plants or by purchasing an engraved brick for the west Park path to be constructed this spring.

The Park is a non-profit charitable organization independently operated and maintained by volunteers on land leased from the City of St. Albert.  All funds raised from plant or giftware sales and garden rentals go directly to the gardens for operation and maintenance.  With restrictions on some fundraising activities during Covid, we do thank everyone who has made a donation to the Park through our website (Donate here), in person (donation box on the patio can be accessed from outside of the gate) or mailed to our office.  Your support of the Park is greatly appreciated.