Spring has sprung in the Drumheller Valley and it's almost time for us all to be thinking about our gardens and flowers.

The Greenhouse along Highway 10X has had a rough go this year with the Rosebud Creek flooding.

"We had a little bit of water in our shop, but it was down where our home is that was more affected," stated Greenhouse owner, Debbie Bryant. "In the basement we had some damage. We had to rip up carpet and that kind of thing."

Although the season has just begun, the plants are looking good so far.

So, what was the biggest selling item last year?

"A lot of people were looking for herbs and vegetables to have their own garden. I think with the cost of vegetables and fruit in the grocery stores, a lot of people are starting to grow their own," Bryant explained.

"Already were seeing a few people coming in, starting to get some ideas and that kind of thing."

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