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Haliburton Community Organic Farm
741 Haliburton Road, Victoria B.C.
778-679-3459
info@saanichnativeplants.com

Open Sunday's 9am-5pm.
Mon. - Fri. please schedule your visit to make sure we're on site.

Retail and wholesale
We accept cash, cheque,  credit cards, and e-transfer

               

Saanich Native Plants offers a wide selection of plants and seeds that are native to southern Vancouver Island.  Our plants are propagated from our own stock and are local in originSaanich Native Plants resides on the Coast Salish Territory of  the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples.

Saanich Native Plants provides consultation to private landowners and land managers in selecting appropriate species, planting methods, site preparation, and maintenance.  We are happy to accommodate custom orders.

We have been part of Haliburton Community Organic Farm since 2013 and all of our plants and seeds are certified organic (IOPA #1305-1958). We do not use any chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, or hormones to grow our plants.


We are open every Sunday from 9am-5pm. Other days of the week, we ask that you schedule your visit so that we can accommodate our workshops, courses, events, and consultations. Scheduled visits are casual, and we encourage you to come even if it's just to look! 

Ecology and Restoration of Garry Oak Ecosystems

with Royal Roads University 

May 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th

Interested in Garry Oak Ecosystems? This course is suitable for anyone interested in the ecology of southern Vancouver Island, plant identification, restoration and enhancement, wildlife, human history of our area and more!  Field trips to key sites will reinforce the restoration techniques being taught and help hone your identification skills. People who take this course will feel inspired and more confident about embarking on restoration projects in Garry Oak Ecosystems. This year, we’ve added an extra day to include more plant identification! Register here





Class of 2017  at the Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve

Leigh Joseph/Styawat, Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) First Nations 

Day 1: Leigh Joseph/Styawat, from the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) First Nations will be teaching about the cultural significance of Garry Oak Ecosystems, key food plants within GOE’s, and cultural and spiritual connection to the land through plants. Students who are part of this course are invited to a community Camas pitcook at SṈIDȻEȽ (Tod Inlet).

Thank you to the 100+ family, friends, staff, customers, community, colleagues and partners who came to celebrate the 5th anniversary of Saanich Native Plants on April 20th! We are so grateful for your support over the years! 

Thank you BC Farms & Food for this article and video!


Join the Saanich Native Plants Restoration Group on Facebook!

We receive hundreds of questions from land managers and the public about restoration techniques, plant identification, planting choices, site preparation and much more. There is so much expertise in our area to learn from! This group is meant as a forum to share information and resources, and to connect people on these topics.


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Saanich Native Plants eGift Cards now available! 

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