Plants

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
Hamamelis virginiana
Upland
Type: Tree
Forest and open areas - not full shade.  Blooms in fall. Sometimes blooms seen into winter.  Broadly roundish leaves. Small tree/large shrub.  5-7m tall. Photo: courtesy of Wikkipedia   
$4.50
Rubus allegheniensis
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Shrub
Native shrub which produces white flowers followed by edible blackberries. Photo by WVU Herbarium., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$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
Shoreline, Bundles
Type: Shrub
The shoreline shrub bundle consists of 25 shrubs that are suitable for moist, shoreline habitat. A 40% savings compared to buyng plants individually. These native shrubs capture excess nutrients,...
$57.00
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
Fraxinus americana
Upland
Type: Tree
Deciduous hardwood.  Straight trunk up to 60cm diameter. Bark light grey with furrowed pattern. Twigs stout. Leaves opposite & stalked with compound leaves -usually 7 leaflets on each leaf.  Has...
$4.50
Abies balsamea
Upland, Shoreline
Type: Tree
The balsam fir is a true conical conifer. Creates a solid barrier, plant for privacy. Photo by Veirs, S., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. www.botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50
Rosa palustris
Shoreline
Type: Shrub
Pink, simple flowers.   Photo by Cooper, G.A., courtesy of Smithsonian Institution. http://botany.si.edu/plantimages/
$4.50

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