Ontario Native Plants
Our selection of Native Plants is one of the best in Ontario. We offer a wide variety that will suit each and every person’s budget and needs. Take a look at our latest Catalogue (above) and make an order online, by phone or email.
Seed Packets are 2.50 per packet (5 packet minimum)
Gift Certificates are available in any denomination.
Plugs and Bareroot plants are available now.
Potted plants are custom order and take 8 weeks to grow.
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Courses Online for your group
Guelph Master Gardeners January 21, 7pm on Zoom
Ecological Restoration, Biodiversity, Sustainable living, Propagation, Gardening, Regenerative Agriculture
Sharing our wisdom from 25 years of restoring ecosystems and living sustainably in Canada and the Yucatan!
Soon - Making a Superbrew organic fertilizer with every thing your soil needs!
Many more videos added weekly!
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ecological restoration, regenerative agriculture, ecology walks...
Acorus Restoration Native Plant Nursery is an industry-leading Wholesale Plant Nursery, supplying individuals and companies with the plants they need. We were founded in 1995 by Paul Morris and were located in Walsingham for 20 years. We are now growing in St. Thomas.
We continue to support a 100-acre tropical biological reserve and eco-education center in Yucatan Mexico and our funds from sales go to support the reserve and research projects on biodiversity, restoration ecology and regenerative agriculture (EarthConnection.Center). We support ecological restoration projects through Planethealers.org Learn all about Acorus Restoration Native Plant Nursery and what we offer by sending us an email. We’ll be happy to assist you with any information regarding a specific product or service.
Video on the Biological Reserve we are restoring in the Yucatan (funds from sales support this project)