Emergent or aquatics include those species whose seeds germinate in water or in the bottom soil of bodies of water, usually with submersed or floating leaf types. Some of the considerations for selection of emergent or aquatic plants include seasonal depth of water, salinity, filtration characteristics, habitat requirements (saline, brackish, intermediate or fresh).
Cone bearing trees have been the climax forest for most of the province. These plants provide the super-structure for many habitats. They stabilize soil, oxygenate the air and moderate the environment for man, plants and animals. We stock the main species in a variety of sizes. Please call to request a quote for B&B material. Our digging season is September to May, weather permitting.
Deciduous trees are important to urban areas as well as native habits. Their contribution to soil development, climate modification, habitat and human enjoyment is significant. In addition to our container material, we supply larger sized deciduous trees in bags as well as B&B calliper trees – please call for a quote. Our digging season is September to May, weather permitting.