Plants

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
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
Rhus Typhina
Upland
Type: Shrub
  Aptly named "staghorn" sumac for it's young branches being velvety like the antlers of deer.  Stunning red leaves in fall.  Best known for it's large clusters of flowers/fruits. Flowers/fuits start...
$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
Upland, Bundles
Type: Tree
The upland bundle is made of 5 of each species: Staghorn Sumac, Shadblow Serviceberry, Choke Cherry, Saskatoon Serviceberry, Pasture Rose.  A 32% savings compared to buying individual plants. Price...
$77.00
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
Prunus serotina
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
Black cherry trees produce small white flowers in the spring, then dark red cherries in the fall months. The bark on adult trees is dark and flaky, resembling burnt corn flakes. Berries are a...
$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
Pinus resinosa
Upland
Type: Tree
The red pine is a coniferous tree aptly named because its bark is reddish in colour. It has needles bunched in groups of 2 and its trunk grows slender and straight. Red pine are known for having deep...
$4.50

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