Can't visit us in Claremont? We will deliver our plants right to your door. Delivery is available within the GTA (in Peel Region, York Region, City of Toronto, Durham Region) for orders of over $500 before taxes.
Peel Region Delivery
$100 (plus HST)
York Region Delivery
East of Yonge - $80 (plus HST)
West of Yonge - $90 (plus HST)
East Richmond Hill
West Richmond Hill
City of Toronto Delivery
East of Yonge - $85 (plus HST)
West of Yonge - $95 (plus HST)
Durham Region Delivery
$70 (plus HST)
Native Plant Garden Expertise
Looking for professional help with installing your native plant gardens? Perhaps one of the businesses listed here would be right for you. We recommend you contact them to inquire about their qualifications (e.g., gardening, landscaping) and services they offer.
Founded in 1999, offering consultation, design and installation services within Ontario's Great Lakes basin and beyond, specialising in pollinator, rain, edible, Boreal and Carolinian gardens. As certified seed collectors, plant growers, gardeners and trainers, we support reconciliation through growing native plant gardens. Our cultural restoration program Minogin Gitiganis (Gardens Growing Well) provides on-the-land learning for Indigneous youth.
Blue Oak Native Landscapes
Paul designs and builds native plant landscapes in the Hamilton area. He is also available for garden consultations for those wishing to build their own native plant landscapes.
Paul O'Hara, Owner/Operator
Clearwing Ecological Gardening and Restoration
Specializes in ecologically-friendly garden design, planting, maintenance, and terrestrial ecological restoration. Committed to providing services that not only benefit property owners, but wildlife, insects, and overall ecosystem health as well. Operating throughout the Kawartha Lakes region, including properties only accessible by boat!
Provides full service landscaping and landscape construction services within the GTA. Specializing in natural stone, steps, armour stone, pergolas and all types of plantings.
Based out of Richmond Hill but happy to travel throughout the GTA. Focus is on designing & building 'wildlife friendly' gardens, using primarily native plants as well as garden features such as natural ponds, birdhouses & birdfeeders, and natural log/stone piles, to provide crucial habitat for songbirds, pollinators, and other urban wildlife, while looking amazing all year long.
Heavenly Fusion Gardens
Create a Fusion of beautiful flowers, plants, grasses, shrubs, herbs, vegetables in your own tranquil sacred space. Experience in native and non-native. Pollinators and garden design.
Peter Ewins/Catherine Mayled
Mary Living Outside
We focus on healthy soils and connect native plant companions to develop species richness in our land and garden scapes. We are a design/build/ maintenance firm including education, coaching, and soil analysis. We work in Peterborough, City of Kawartha Lakes, North Durham, and the eastern Simcoe County.
Miinikaan Innovation & Design
Offers consulting, garden design and installation within the GTHA and Kawartha Lakes. We cultivate relationships between people and plants and specialize in Indigenous healing gardens, rooftops and containers.
Parklane Landscapes (Beaverton area)
Operating for 60 years and offering landscaping services within the Lake Simcoe watershed and in the Muskoka area. We incorporate green infrastructure to all our designs through rain gardens, permeable paving, lawn alternatives and native plants.
Anna van Maris
Sustainable Roots Ecological Restoration
Specializes in native plant and perennial garden design and installation, tree planting of all sizes, and invasive species management. Operating primarily in the GTA, the Kawarthas, and many other regions in south-eastern Ontario.
Evergreen Brickworks Garden Market
Native Plants in Claremont is proudly supplying native perennials for sale at the Garden Market.
Grow Me Instead
Invasive species are a significant threat to biodiversity. Horticulture is one of many pathways for the introduction and spread of invasive plants. With this in mind, the Ontario Invasive Plant Council (OIPC) and partners created a guide to help gardeners and landscapers choose beautiful, non-invasive plants. The Grow Me Instead
guide identifies common garden plants that may invade natural areas, thereby reducing native biodiversity and changing environmental conditions. It also provides a list of non-invasive alternatives for each of these plants.
This resource is available for free download as a PDF from the OIPC website
North American Native Plant Society (NANPS)
NANPS is dedicated to the study, conservation, cultivation and restoration of North America's native flora. Native Plants in Claremont is a proud supplier of native plants to the NANPS Annual Plant Sales.
Follow this link to NANPS' pamphlet about Butterfly Gardening: www.nanps.org