Plants

Larix laricina
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Tamarack trees are an example of deciduous conifers-trees that lose their needles in the autumn and grow new ones in the spring. These trees have blueish-gray needles that turn yellow before falling...
$4.50
Betula alleghaniensis
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Silver, shimmery bark, can handle shallow soils. Photo by Howard, R.A., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50
Fragaria canadensis
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Perennial
Quick, productive groundcover that produces white flowers and tiny strawberries. Attracts birds including cedar waxwings. Delicious for humans! Photo by Howard, R.A., courtesy of Smithsonian...
$4.50
Picea glauca
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
The white spruce is a common northern-climate tree that has blueish-tinged needles. These trees are commonly grown as Christmas trees and can live for up to 350 years. The bark, branches, buds and...
$4.50
Myrica gale
Shoreline
Type: Shrub
Most common shoreline shrub in Haliburton/Muskoka. Native, with sweet-smelling foliage. Photo by Justice, W.S., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50
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
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
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
Diervilla lonicera
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Shrub
Native shrub, which produces small yellow flowers that are great pollen sources for bees and butterflies. Leaves turn a rusty red in the fall. Spreads well, great for slopes and controlling erosion....
$4.50

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