We grow and sell a variety of trees, shrubs and plants that are ideal for naturescaping, gardening, or ecological restoration projects. All of our plants originate from local Galiano Island stock and are suitable for the unique climate of the Gulf Islands. Check out our Sales below to find out how you can purchase native plants and access consultation services for your project.
For further information, check out About the Nursery to understand the history, purpose and operations of the nursery.
To order native plants, please check the inventory and price list. All orders must be requested by phone or email. The nursery is open by appointment only.
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Inventory and Price List by Common Name
Inventory and Price List by Latin Name
Please note that the quantity of available stock for each species will vary throughout the year and may be limited. Contact us with your desired order and we will promptly let you know whether we can fill it in whole or in part.
For a tour of the Nursery, contact us to set up an appointment or drop in when the open sign is on the road at 13680 Porlier Pass Road. The Nursery does not have regular hours due to funding constraints, but sales are available at the nursery when staff is on site.
Galiano Conservancy Office
Feel free to drop in at the office just off Sturdies Bay Road below the bakery for more information or to place an order.
The Galiano Conservancy will have a table at the Galiano Saturday Market, offering plants and information.
We also offer consultation for ecological restoration projects and naturescaping with a professional biologist. A consultation could include a site visit, choosing suitable native plants for the site conditions and recommendation for best planting locations. We may also be able to offer planning and design for more complex ecological restoration projects. The cost is $37.50 per hour.
Planning to build a road, build a shed, or clear an area? Contact us first, and let us salvage the native plants from the area before they are slated for demolition. All plants will be transferred to the nursery, transplanted and used for one of our many projects.
For more information, to place an order, to book an appointment at the nursery, or for consultation services please contact Cedana Bourne at 250-539-2424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.