Retail Plants

Colasanti's Tropical Gardens specializes in tropical plants and cacti.

Most of the plants that Colasanti's sells are grown in their greenhouses. 


Selling more variety than ever before Colasanti's is proud to offer

multiple unique plant options.

Always Featuring: Bonsai, Orchids, Cacti, Tropical Plants & Flowering Potted Plants.


Colasanti's is happy to offer Special Promotions and Free Shipping to organizations,

churches, schools and businesses wanting to order seasonal flowers and plants. 


Contact NORMA if you would like more information regarding our

Christmas Plant & Poinsettia orders and Easter Lily orders.

Norma 519-326-3287 ext. 17,



Popular Seasonal Plants

Colasanti's carries seasonal flowering items and plants.

Some of the most popular seasonal items are:


  • Winter
  • November-December: Poinsettia Plants, Christmas Cactus
  • January-March: Potted Spring Bulbs, Primrose, Potted Mini Roses


  • Fall: 
  • End of August- October: Fall Mums, Asters, Grasses


  • Spring: 
  • April: Easter Lily, Hydrangea
  • April-June: Annuals, Perennials, Hanging Baskets, Patio Planters, Geraniums, Petunias


  • Summer:
  • June: Exotic Fruit Trees
  • July-August: Citrus Trees


  Please contact Terry for seasonal product availability

Seasonal items are available for a limited time, while supplies last.





What is a safe and natural way way to keep your plants bug free?

Colasanti's uses a mild dish soap on their plants in order to keep their plants clean.

A couple of our customers recommend sunlight soap. 


How to keep your plants clean with a mild dish soap?  Add a couple tablespoons of mild dish soap to water.  Mist your plants with the mixture.  Let the soap sit on your leaves for 2-4 hours (you can leave the soap overnight) and rinse off your plant with water.  Make sure that you do not set your soapy leaves in the sun.  The soap on the leaves could burn your leaves.




Taking Plants Out Of Canada?

- USDA, CFIA, CITIES and Homeland Security no longer provide us with the proper certification to allow retail plants to cross the border into the United States.  Our sincerest apologies, Colasanti Family



Best way to get rid of fungus knats in your plants.

Top Dress 1/2 inch of sand to the top of your soil. Do not mix in soil, lay on top. The fungus knat will not drill through the sand to lay eggs, eventually they expire and there are no offspring to replace them. 
- - -Written By Denis Fallat