We are pleased to announce a new native plant sale on our 2019 schedule!
In partnership with The Riverwood Conservancy, NANPS is hosting a plant sale Sunday May 19, 12noon – 4pm.
Shop for plants and enjoy a day exploring Riverwood’s beautiful gardens and educational programs. 4150 Riverwood Park Lane, Mississauga Ontario. L5C 2S7
There are no advance orders at this event.
Propagating Native Plants: Getting Your Seeds to Grow, Stefan Weber
February 9, 2016, Fairview Public Library
Learn about tools needed for effective seed collecting and cleaning. Talk about challenges and techniques that work for propagating native plants from seed.
Stefan Weber is a restoration biologist with the St. Williams Nursery and Ecology Centre. He has worked previously with the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario, the Toronto Botanical Garden and completed a Masters of Science in Evolutionary Biology at the University of Guelph. Combining his passion for horticulture, botany and environmental education. Stefan Advocates for the restoration and expansion of rare plant communities in Ontario.
Below is a video of Stefan Weber’s presentation. The talk and video were made possible by generous funding from the McLean Foundation.
Flowers and Food: Growing Edible Native Plants, Lorraine Johnson
In this illustrated talk, Lorraine Johnson will combine two timely and popular subjects—urban agriculture and native plant gardening—and inspire gardeners to grow edible native plants on their own properties.
Location: North York Central Library Auditorium (5120 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario )
When: Monday, March 30, 2015, 7:30 – 8:30 pm.
Below is a video of the talk. The talk and video were made possible by generous funding from the McLean Foundation.
Community Canoe Project
What’s a Community Canoe Garden? NANPS has been working in conjunction with the David Suzuki Foundation’s Homegrown National Park project and helping to convert old canoes into pollinator-friendly native plant gardens. NANPS has provided funding and plenty of volunteers to assist in the creation of the canoe planters. Community Canoe Gardens have been installed in a number of parks, school yards etc. The photographs below are from a planting that took place in July, 2014 in Toronto’s Stanley Park.