Welcome to Honeywood!

 

Although the bloom time for our lilies is at an end, the nursery is still a beautiful amazing place to visit! The fruit on the trees is starting to ripen and we still have a great selection of potted lilies! 

Please Note: Starting on August 29th we will be closed Mondays & Tuesdays only…. open weekends (9 am to 5 pm) until our A Touch of Autumn event on Sept 18th. We will be closed to the public after that in order to get planting completed and the nursery ready for winter!

Sunday, September 18th 11:00 am to 4:00 pm A Touch of Autumn

A Touch of Autumn 2022Enjoy music provided by a jam fest of local musicians!

Tours of the nursery start at 1:00

Artists, Food, Refreshments, Potted lilies & perennials!

Honeywood Gift Shop!

$5.00/person, Children 10 and under free

We are looking forward to beautiful weather and an awesome day! 

Please Note: Due to poor internet connection we would ask our visitors to plan on paying for food and plants with cash or cheque. Our internet in the country is very intermittent and not reliable when overworked!  

Please, No Pets at our events otherwise they are welcome on a Leash

 

Check out our Facebook page at:

Facebook @ Honeywood Heritage Nursery Inc

For updates & information!

Admission to Honeywood is Free except to our special events….donations however, are greatly appreciated.

School & Group tours please contact us at 306 -747-3307 to arrange a date for your visit!

‘Contact Us’ (honeywoodn8@gmail.com) for more information

 

23 thoughts on “Welcome to Honeywood!

    1. We are open daily 9am – 5pm until Sunday Sept 18, 2016 after that we work Monday to Friday 9 – 5 to get the nursery ready for winter. You are still welcome to visit during those hours.

    2. We are open daily from Saturday May 19th (May long weekend) until our A Touch of Autumn on Sunday Sept 16th….
      These hours & weekend dates are the same every year

    1. I’m sorry but we were never involved in the Thickwood Hills tour so I don’t know if it is still going. The 12-40 & Beyond tour in the Blaine Lake area is still going & I believe it is in July. If interested you could do a Google search as they have a website.

  1. Hi are you open everyday still or just Sunday’s? Do you have Lily’s called Good night , Rasperry Rhyme, and lollipop for sale .!

    1. Hello Betty, Yes we are open daily 9 am to 5 pm until our A Touch of Autumn on Sept. 17th
      We do have the lilies you listed but unfortunately they are not available at this time.

    1. Our first event this year is Artists in Bloom on June 24th 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.
      The Lilies in Bloom event is July 15th 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
      For more info please choose the Events tab on our website

  2. A few years ago, we attended a day at Honeywood Heritage Nursery , and we very much enjoyed it. There were tours , food, 50/50 , and many displays with lunch available.
    Is this day still offered ?
    I think it was called the Lily Festival ??
    If so, when is it ?
    Have a great weekend
    Darlene

    1. We still have our Lilies in Bloom event…. it is on July 15th this year. We try to keep the event similar each year with a few added artisans. This year the hours are 11:00 am to 5:00 pm & we now offer BBQ hamburgers etc all day.

  3. Hi!
    My sister is getting married this weekend and we were wondering if you guys would allow us to come take pictures?

    1. Sorry Chantel I did not get your message in time to reply re pictures. You would have been able to come out for wedding pictures.

    1. We do not sell food other than at our events. You are more than welcome to bring a picnic lunch to enjoy on the picnic tables or inside the house if needed.

  4. Do you have a catalogue of lilies for sale, can they be purchased online and when are they available?

    1. We are sorry Sandy but we do not have peonies for sale this fall. We will have some once we open again in the spring. Please email us then. Thanks

    1. We do have our location marked in the Maps tab… we are located off of Hwy 40 approx 120 km North of Saskatoon and 70 km West & South of Prince Albert

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