Ontario Native

A beautiful native tree that will thrive in poorly drained and upland soils. Holds leaves well into the Winter season.
Rudbeckia triloba, the browneyed or brown-eyed susan, thin-leaved coneflower or three-leaved coneflower, is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family
An upright, spreading shrub that is very adaptable. Withstands acidic, alkaline or dry soil conditions. Clusters of white flowers on lush green leaves from spring to early summer.
Upright oval, slightly compact tree with a strong central leader. Foliage is deep green, to bright yellow in Fall. Flowers are yellow to greenish-yellow with orange centers. A fast growing,...
A hardy, shapely tree with dark green foliage. Splendid as a specimen tree.
Canada's native tree, well-known for its vibrant Fall colours, and for the maple syrup produced from its sap. This slow growing tree is recommended for spacious areas. Prefers well drained...
Fast growing and very hardy. Takes well to any soil texture. Planted frequently along shorelines, this maple prefers moist soil.
Glossy green foliage turns to bronze-red in the Fall. Drooping and horizontal branches with sharp textured leaves. Long term health is not usually affected by pests. Easily transplanted and prefers...
Large multiple compound leaves, interesting during Winter with its open branching habit and stubby twigs.
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