Plants

Tsuga canadensis
Shoreline
Type: Tree
The Eastern Hemlock grows in moist, cool areas of southern Ontario. It is wide at the base and tapered at the top, giving it a conical appearance. This species is very shade tolerant.    Photo by...
$4.50
Quercus rubra
Upland
Type: Tree
Red oak are a tall, deciduous tree with dark green leaves that stay on well into the winter months. Acorns are a favourite amongst squirrels! Photo by Seelig, R.A, courtesy of Smithsonian Institution...
$4.50
Acer rubrum
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
A truly Canadian tree! Leaves turn red in the fall. Loves water, don't plant close to septics. Photo by Seelig, R.A., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50
Hemerocallis flava
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Beautiful perennial with large yellow flowers that hav a lemony scent. Long bloomer, Photo by  WVU Herbarium., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50
Betula papyrifera
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Iconic hardwood tree, best known for traditional in construction of canoes and wigwams.  Young bark reddish brown changing to familiar white.  Food for many native mammals and birds. Tolerant of many...
$4.50
Upland
Type: Shrub
Typically flowers from the last week of April until the third or fourth week of May. Fruit appears approximately the first week of June until the first week of August. The fruit is feed upon by a...
$4.50
Heirochloe odorata
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Sweetgrass isn't very showy but has a long-lasting, sweet smell that makes a fragrant addition to any garden. Historically, this plant was dried and used by Native Americans in prayer, smudging or...
$9.00
Verbena hastata
Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Moist meadow plant with attractive blue flowers.  Flowering starts at the top and works it's way down.   Photo by Haug, E., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$7.50
Onoclea sensibilis
Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Onoclea sensibilis dwells in a variety of wet swamp and wood habitats: wet meadows, thickets and bogs, as well as stream and riverbanks and roadside ditches. It grows best in a shaded or partially...
$7.50

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