Discover the beauty of back road nurseries “…this is a treasure trove of unusual plants, patronized by Toronto gardeners in the know.” (July 1, 2011)

Sonia Day, Toronto Star

Lost Horizons is a paradise for perennial-lovers with a sense of adventure. If you crave plants in sharp lines with colourful tags in alpha order by common name according to preferred living arrangements, stay home. However, should you want a little walk on the wild side and want to discover something a little better than […]

Barbara’s Garden Chronicles (blog)

“…once you catch a glimpse of Lost Horizons, you’ll find it difficult to leave. And when you do leave, you’ll find yourself yearning to return.”

Lorraine Flanigan, Garden Making Magazine

I turned to Larry Davidson, who is not only a wonderful plant person (his nursery, Lost Horizons, is one of the better ones in the country), but is also a noted garden designer… His intimate gardens where tranquility has become a trademark.

Marjorie Harris, Globe and Mail

Media Mentions

Paradise Found – Gardener’s Notebook, Garden Making Magazine (.pdf)

All that’s gold glitters – Marjorie Harris, The Globe and Mail (.pdf)

Plant of the week: Hydrangea serrata ‘Tuff Stuff’ – Marjorie Harris, The Globe and Mail (.pdf)

Plant of the week: Uvulalria Grandiflora (Bellwort, Merrybells) – Marjorie Harris, The Globe and Mail (.pdf)

Black Beauties – Marjorie Harris, The Globe and Mail