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Blog October 6, 2011
Winter, summer, spring or fall—Red Oak has lots to offer.
Blog August 29, 2011
Learn more about this tall wetland plant and how it got its name.
Blog July 11, 2011
Get to know this classic aquatic plant.
Blog June 3, 2011
Get to know this native shrub which boasts both flowers and berries and many different names.
Blog May 9, 2011
With pretty red flowers in spring, Eastern red columbine is a great addition to an urban garden and a native plant we love.
Blog March 30, 2011
This aromatic native shrub will be blooming this spring across Canada.
Blog March 9, 2011
This tasty, wild member of the lily family is a sure sign of spring and native plant we love.
Blog March 3, 2011
When you see this native plant bloom, you can be sure spring is on its way!
Blog January 10, 2011
Holding onto its familiar fuzzy red berries throughout the winter, Rhus typhina is a significant shrub on the winter landscape in eastern Canada.
Blog November 30, 2010
Immortalized in Tom Thomson’s famous painting and used by the First Nations peoples as food and medicine for centuries, jack pine has become a Canadian symbol.