HOURS OF OPERATION (SPRING)
WE ARE OPEN: 9am - 9pm
Our history begins in 1962 as a Pick your Own stand started by Dietrich and Elizabeth Kuhlmann on a modest stretch of rented land.
While things may have changed, Kuhlmann’s continues to offer you the best in locally grown produce, plants, trees and much more. We have over 300,000 square feet of greenhouse space, which means we have room for an incredible selection of unique gift ideas, garden décor, tools, and a fantastic floral shop that can cater to any need.
Come in and see us!
Dietrich started the farm with wife Elizabeth in 1962. He oversees all operations and keeps the wheels turning! He enjoys sharing his experience on many committees in the agriculture industry.
Working alongside her husband of 52 years, Liz enjoys her office work and looks forward to spring when she can spend time watering plants in the greenhouses. Her favorite flower is the Pansy.
Angela grew up on the farm and has worked with her family all her life. She manages the garden center and is in charge of ordering new products. She is the most knowledgeable with houseplants and their maintenance. She loves chocolate and relaxing with a good book.
Dale joined the family when he married daughter Angela in 1982. He is considered the handyman because of his many talents in welding, carpentry, deliveries, potato harvesting and general maintenance of the farm equipment. He is a big fan of his four dogs Daisy, Harley, Buddy and Nena.
The Greenhouse Manager
Anita grew up on the Kuhlmann’s farm and has been involved with her parents’ business her whole life. She is responsible for ordering seed and plants and growing the spring annuals. Her favorite jobs are watering and watching the flowers bloom in the spring.
Doug is in charge of seeding, maintaining, and harvesting the market garden. He joined the Kuhlmann family when he married daughter Anita in 1983. He enjoys NASCAR racing and camping in Arizona.
The Tree Guy
Curtis grew up working with his family in the greenhouses and gardens. He enjoyed his time at Olds College learning about horticulture. He takes pride in his knowledge of trees and shrubs, and works in the Nursery-Perennial-Roses area. He has two cats and likes computer games.
The Social Butterfly
Linda is the baby of the family. She enjoys managing the Kuhlmann’s social media pages and website. She loves selling fresh vegetables at the downtown farmers’ market year round.