Native Plant Sale 
Welcome to our community fundraiser

April 1st, 2021 to April 30th, 2021
All profits will go back to community projects.

 

The plants sold are straight native species grown from seeds that have been ethically sourced.

The prices listed include all applicable tax and delivery to one of three designated pickup locations.


How it works

1. Choose native plants suited to your yard. Use the Catalog which includes Habitat and Growing Guides. If you order 4 of the same plant, we will add one surprise plant for free!

2. Use our convenient fillable order form below to place your order 

3. Once availability is confirmed, we will get in touch with you and arrange for an e-transfer.

If e-transfer is not possible, alternate payment arrangements may be made.

4. Deadline for all orders is April 30th.

5. We will notify you via email when plants arrive and schedule a safe porch pick up.

6. Pick up your plants after May 20th on a scheduled date and time from one of three pickup locations in the areas of:

a. Kingston Road and St. Clair

b. Ossington and Dupont

c. Avenue Road and Lawrence Avenue.

Native plants are in high demand this year. To avoid disappointment, place your order early! We will place orders on a weekly basis with April 30th as the final deadline for orders.

Habitat and Growing Guide (Plant Catalog)

Plants with the Butterfly-logo have been tested by us and are highly recommended because they are easy to grow and have high value for wildlife. These plants can create the base of your pollinator patch or a native plant garden to support bees, birds and butterflies. By planting them you will notice a big difference in wildlife activity. Easy to grow plants are very forgiving regarding soil and sun requirements and are a perfect choice to start a new pollinator patch.

Prairie Plants do best in full sun and will develop deep roots and are therefore very water efficient.

Some Woodland Plants will require rich soil to survive. Soil can be built by leaving the leaves, adding broken off sticks and branches on the soil and avoiding compacting it by not stepping onto the bed.

Wetland Edge Plants will thrive in rain gardens but will do well in a regular garden setting when watered as needed.

Within a category plants are organized by bloom time to make it easier to select plants for continuous bloom.

All plants are perennials unless otherwise stated.

It is best for pollinators to plant about three of the same plants in proximity. It is also more pleasing to the eye.

We curated a list of 57 different native plants for you to chose from. Click the Plant Catalog to unveil.