Wolf’s Botanical began with the cultivation of cabbage on 5 acres of land in Canada in the year 1984. Ingrid and her husband Wolfgang put together a greenhouse with three hoops given from a farmer. The corrugated plastic was covered with green algae. Ingrid washed off the green algae and Wolfgang established a greenhouse with it before the winter of 1985. Wolf’s Botanical started with Wolf’s U-Pick Vegetable on 20x20 feet of greenhouse. They initially had a few rows of green onions and radishes. Over the years, the husband and wife duo learned to establish the successful venture- Wolf’s Botanical!
At Wolf's Botanical in Lacombe, we have proudly served customers in our community since 1985. From full landscape design services to an extensive garden centre filled with beautiful plants, we have everything you need to create a unique and stunning yard or garden. Check out the gallery on this page to see some of our past projects, or give us a call for more information.
When you are at home, it becomes an escape from the hustle-bustle of everyday. You should be able to enjoy some quiet time in your backyard oasis.
Many people enjoy entertaining in our limited summer, and to have a retreat in your yard to share with friends and family is very enjoyable and relaxing.
Busy workdays and running a household allows only a limited time available for yard work. By planning and landscaping with this in mind, we reduce the maintenance required and therefore the time needed to keep your yard neat and tidy.
This then means more time to just relax and enjoy the beauty of your retreat.
No landscape/garden is ever finished—there is always some loss due to various conditions (such as our cold winters) and also new Cultivars are available every year to peak our interest. We try to stay current with new ideas and trends in landscaping.
We use a broad range of specialized equipment to complete landscape construction with special build restrictions for space, location, fences, etc. We attempt to complete landscape jobs with minimal disturbance to existing conditions.
If your project is large, this "work in progress" becomes part of the whole process, as a "phased in stages" project over several seasons.