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Rockin’ it at Scherer Gardening
“It was wonderful,” expressed Scherer. “It is so nice to get recognition for something I love to do.” From bubbly fountains to Santa’s helpers Scherer now opens his home to the public on Sundays during the summer to see his award winning water garden. Several rocks, waterfalls
Old St. Nick is around to welcome the kids. “The kids have so much fun,” said Scherer. “That’s what it’s all about.” Scherer is hard at work getting the g a r d e nready for this season. “This year,
we are having an open house on May 23 and 24, to welcome everyone into our garden,” Scherer added, with a smile. “We have bubbly rocks, water fountains made mostly of rock, wood, and metal, and flowers.” The open
and flowers galore adorn the garden. Scherer still has the deer in his own petting zoo for people to pet and admire. The garden also holds a large metal tulip that can be seen from time to time at different events. The tulip was recently at the Yes Women Can! community event on April 19, and at Peggy’s Market on Easter Sunday. During the month of
house will include a tour of the fountain garden, a golf cart tour, a BBQwith snacks and refreshments, and deer petting zoo. The garden is wheel chair accessible, and
Andy Scherer says he feels very blessed to live andwork in such a wonderful environment. The trees, the sun, animals, and nature bring him peace of mind and a great living.
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eight years before coming to Canada. As things grow and change for Scherer, so does the business and the way he does things. “I always dreamed of moving to Canada, ever since I was a little boy,” indicated Scherer. “We moved here in the winter of 93. The first year we had a deer farm, and started installing fencing for livestock.Then, I slowly got back into landscaping. It took several years to get any kind of recognition. I wanted to be successful again. Every year, we grew a little bit, and changed a little bit.” Scherer Gardening, Landscaping and Design recently won the Ottawa Home and Garden Show for the second year in a row.
parking is free. For more information on Scherer Gardening and Landscaping, visit www. scherergardening.com.
Walking out into the garden, the sun hits your face, the trees softly rustle in the wind, and the water glistens and bubbles through the rocks. What a great way to greet the day. Andy Scherer moved to Canada some 22 years ago to begin a new life in a new country. He bought a home and beganworking on his business. “We started with deer farming, but it wasn’t very lucrative,” said Scherer. “Then we switched over to landscaping. I went back to what I knew best.” Scherer owned a landscaping company in Switzerland for
December, Scherer transforms his garden into Santa’s village with elves, deer, and even
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Andy Scherer feeds his deer every evening. “They are our pets. We don’t use them for meat. The deer have a lot of space to run around,” said Scherer. “It is all enclosed, so we don’t have to worry about predators.”
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MP Pierre Lemieux invited the presidents of the local Chambers of Commerce to Parliament for the presentation of the Budget 2015, in the House of Commons, and offered a guided tour of Parliament. Seen here is TaraMacWhirter; VankleekHill, Martine Simard-Nolin; Clarence-Rockland, and Roxanne Courcy; Hawkesbury.
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