About Keepsake Plants Ltd

Who is Keepsake?

Keepsake Plants, Ltd. (KSP) is the leading supplier of hydrangeas, both liners and finished products, for the market served, primarily in the eastern portion of North America. Keepsake Plants, a division of Aris Horticulture, Inc. is headquartered in Leamington, Ontario. KSP is led by a seasoned management team with extensive horticulture experience and education.

KSP competes on the basis of industry leading quality and service at competitive process. KSP has been in business for nearly 60 years adjusting to market, industry economic conditions as needed.

Keepsake Plants is diversified with a strong base in ornamental horticulture.


KSP has an extensive product offering with including Keepsake Azaleas, Keepsake Hydrangeas, Yoder Chrysanthemums, Aris Homescaper Tropical Foliage, Tradewinds Hibiscus, Suntory Mandevilla and other ornamental plants including poinsettias, Gedifllora Belgian mums, Igloo Hardy Dendranthema, lilies, roses, Boston Ferns, Green Leaf Plants perennials and annuals.

Production facilities:

  • Leamington, Ontario, Canada: 30 acres, including a new 15,000 square-foot cooler for cooling plants quickly from harvesting to shipping for peak freshness.
  • Fort Myers, Florida: 250 acres with 2.75M sqft. of shade houses and 334K sqft. of covered heated greenhouses.
  • Live Oak, Florida: 90 acres with with 720K sqft. of covered heated greenhouses.

Company History:

Keepsake Plants was formerly a part of Yoder Brothers, widely known for its outstanding mum breeding for nearly 60 years. Yoder sold its mum genetics in October 2008, along with the Yoder brand name. As a result, the company changed its name to Aris Horticulture Inc. and reorganized its product offerings under two new divisions, based on its brand names that already had recognition in the horticultural industry: Keepsake Plants® is a wholesale producer of finished, flowering potted plants for retailers, and Green Leaf Plants® is a producer of starter plants and pre-finished products for growers.