Our Services

Garden Design Service

We have the know how. You have the garden.
  • If you have a newly prepared garden bed or an existing garden with some room for new plants.
  • If you know you want native species in your garden and you would like some help with your plant choices.
  • If you have a vision for your native plant garden, perhaps a garden for pollinators, rain, drought or shade, and you need a little help making it a reality...
We will work with you to design your native plant garden.

Design Services

Here Are 2 Options:
Option 1: Consultation - $85 plus tax A one hour consultation at our nursery with our garden designer.

You:
  • bring your garden dimensions and pictures and thoughts about the garden of your dreams.
  • Are encouraged to document our discussion.
We:
  • ask questions so we can understand the characteristics of your garden (e.g., moisture, light and soil conditions, location of buildings, trees and fencing).
  • ask you about your vision for your garden, your preferences (e.g., what colour of flowers do you like best) and your desired budget.
  • discuss how you could prepare your garden bed and what soil amendments to use.
  • discuss which native plants species would work well and suggest how many of each and where they could be placed.
  • will follow up in a day or two with a cost estimate of your preferred plants.
Option 2: Consultation and Thematic Design Sketch - $300 plus tax (In either your front or back yard, a garden up to 800 square feet in area). In addition to all the items listed in Option 1 you get:
  • a design sketch of your garden showing plant placement. This sketch is based on the measurements and photographs provided.
For a detailed design with greater accuracy we recommend a consultation together with a site visit, the price of which will be determined by the location, size and complexity of the design.

We will see you in Claremont!!

Plant Delivery

Can't visit us in Claremont? We will deliver our plants right to your door.
Delivery charges (minimum plant order of $200 before tax, prepaid):
  • Peel Region (Caledon, Brampton and Mississauga) - $80
  • York Region, West of Yonge St. (King, Vaughan, West Richmond Hill, West Aurora, West Newmarket) - $70
  • York Region, East of Yonge St. (Georgina, East Gwillimbury, Whitchurch Stouffville, Markham, East Richmond Hill, East Aurora, East Newmarket) - $50
  • Toronto, West of Yonge St. - $70
  • Toronto, East of Yonge St. - $60
  • Durham Region ( Brock, Uxbridge, Scugog, Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Clarington) - $50
Design Services
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Resources

Landscapers with Native Plant Expertise

Looking for professional help with design/installation/maintenance of your native plant garden? We recommend:

Alter Eden
Gillian Leitch 416-538-2445
Blue Oak Native Landscapes
Paul O'Hara 905-540-9963
Ecological Invention
Joseph Leo
Habitat Blooms
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.
Chris Kingdon 647-235-4385
Living Outside
Mary Beerman 705-879-7322
Miinikaan Innovation & Design
416-538-2445
Parklane Landscapes (Beaverton area)
705-426-4300
Sustainable Roots Ecological Restoration
Andrew Ince 416-357-4015

Other Resources

Evergreen Brickworks Garden Market
Native Plants in Claremont is proudly supplying native perennials for sale at the Garden Market.

www.ebw.evergreen.ca
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

www.nanps.org