Where to find native plants

In the Zone plant tags will make it easier to find native plants at local nurseries.

What you plant matters. Native plants provide important habitat for wildlife and help build healthy natural landscapes that are more resilient to climate change.

It can be difficult to tell which plants are truly locally native. That’s why In the Zone has partnered with growers across southern Ontario to label their native plants, making it easier for you to select plants that benefit the environment. When you see the In the Zone tag, you can be assured that the plant is native and grown from seed collected locally and ethically.

Keep an eye out for In the Zone native plant tags at select nurseries starting Spring 2019.

Aamjiwnaang Nursery
978 Tashmoo Ave
Sarnia, ON N7T 7H5

Native Plants in Claremont
4965 Westney Road
Pickering, ON L1Y 1A2

B Sweet Honey Nature Company
4182 Sideroad 20 South
Puslinch N0B 2J0

Kayanase
993 Highway #54
P.O. Box 820
Ohsweken, ON, N0A 1M0

Alter Eden
8 Mackenzie Drive
Mildmay, ON  N0G 2J0

Grand Moraine Growers
7369 12th Line RR2
Alma, ON N0B 1A0

Not so Hollow Farm
838369 4th Line East
Mulmur, Ontario, L9V 0J7

Native Trees and Plants
629 Dalhousie
Amherstburg, ON N9V 2M2

Whether you grow just one native plant or create an entire garden for wildlife, every bit restores habitat and counts towards growing Canada’s largest wildlife garden.