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History

Rose-growing has been a three generation family tradition that began in the Netherlands. We are situated in beautiful British Columbia where we began by growing fresh cut roses with the emphasis on quality.

In 1998 our product line expanded to include other cut flowers. The natural progression steered us toward a full bouquet line where our designers take pride in their colorful creations. At Eurosa Gardens, growing flowers is more than a greenhouse industry; it is a lifestyle.

  • 1973 - Hans Bulk immigrated to Canada, followed by his brother Paul, from Holland where their father, Frank Bulk, had been growing roses for over 35 years. Hans met his future wife Debbie in Ontario
  • 1979 - Hans and Debbis move from Ontario to Brentwood Bay to capitalize on the absense of a local rose-growers. Paul follows and helps out at the newly created Eurosa Gardens Limited
  • 1996 - The Blizzard of ‘96 destroyed all of the greenhouses, except for greenhouse #5
  • 1997 - The rose greenhouse is rebuilt
  • 1998 - Expansion of greenhouses; now includes Alstoemerias
  • 1999 - Further expansion of greenhouses; now includes Gerberas
  • 2007 - Converted Snap Dragon/Alstromeria Greenhouse entirley to Gerbera daisys.
  • 2010 - Converted Hot-house veggie greenhouse to Roses to accomodate rise in demand.
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