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Pritty Landscapes Inc.

Landscape Designer

Pritty Landscapes Inc.

64 Hurontario St
Collingwood Ontario L9Y 2L6


Business Description

Pritty Landscapes is dedicated to creating outdoor living spaces which are both beautiful and functional.

With over 10 years of experience and a team of award-winning landscape designers, we are the experts in landscape design and build services in Markham, Canada. Our landscape designers are passionate in creating outdoor spaces that reflect you style and meet your requirements. We specialize in shoreline design and build, garden design, and all aspects of landscaping services. Our team uses the latest technology and materials to bring your outdoor space into a reality. From irrigation services to hardscaping, we do it all. We want to create an outdoor living area that you will love for many years to come.

Business Hours

Monday9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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About Collingwood

Collingwood is a town in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. It is situated on Nottawasaga Bay at the southern point of Georgian Bay. Collingwood is well known as a tourist destination, for its skiing in the winter, and limestone caves along the Niagara Escarpment in the summer. == History == The land in the area was first inhabited by the Iroquoian-speaking Petun nation, which built a string of villages in the vicinity of the nearby Niagara Escarpment. They were driven from the region by the Iroquois in 1650 who withdrew from the region around 1700. White settlers and freed Black slaves arrived in the area in the 1840s and brought with them their religion and culture. Collingwood was incorporated as a town in 1858, nine years before Confederation, and was named after Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood, Lord Nelson's second in command at the Battle of Trafalgar, who assumed command of the British fleet after Nelson's death. The area had several other names associated with it, including Hurontario (because it lies at the end of Hurontario Street, which runs from Lake Huron — of which Georgian Bay is a part — south to Lake Ontario), Nottawa, and Hens-and-Chickens Harbour (because of one large and four small islands in the bay). In 1855, the Ontario, Simcoe & Huron (later called the Northern) Railway came into Collingwood, and the harbour became the shipment point for goods destined for the upper Great Lakes ports of Chicago and Port Arthur-Fort William (now Thunder Bay). Grain was one of the primary products by tonnage shipped, and a large grain elevator; Collingwood Terminals Limited; was built on the waterfront for transshipment of grain from trains and later trucks to lake freighters in 1929, and operated for 64 years until 1993.

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