Peel's Nurseries | BC Native Plants Nursery, Trees, Shrubs


Container Sizes

Peel’s Nurseries Ltd. offers a variety of container sizes to meet your requirements. In addition to our most frequently used containers shown below, we sell balled and burlapped trees(B&B), both spade and hand-dug, in a range of heights and callipers. Please contact us for availability and price.

Plant sizes meet or exceeds the BCLNA standards for their respective container. We try to stock as wide a range of sizes as possible but should you have specific requirements, we will be glad to provide a quote to contract grow cliquez sur ce lien.

  • 72 plug = 3.97cm x 5.72cm
  • 38 plug = 5.43cm x 12.7cm
  • 50 plug = 4.93cm x 11.43cm
  • 10cm pot = 18 per tray
  • 15cm pot = #1
  • 21cm pot = #2
  • 25.4cm x 20.3cm pot = #3
  • 26.35cm x 30.7cm = #5
  • 36cm pot = #7
  • 40cm pot = #10
  • 44cm pot = #15
  • 38cm x 38cm = Bag

Live Stakes

Live stakes of Physocarpus, Cornus, Rubus, Populus and Salix are available in limited numbers from January to March, weather permitting. Salix cuttings are by far the most popular. We have mother stock of the most common willows in our nursery, such as Salix hookeriana, Salix sitchensis, Salix scouleriana and Salix lasiandra. In general, large orders will be wild collected and will be of mixed species.

Prices and Specifications

Salix live stakes 0.01m dia x 0.3m long $0.50
0.02m dia x 1.0m long $1.50
Salix live pipes 0.2m dia x 3.0m long
Usually 15-20 willow pieces
Price varies with specifications

For custom lengths and sizes for fence, eye-brows or brush layers, please fax or email your specifications and we will provide a quote.

Common Plant Substitutions

From time to time, requested plant material may not be available when required. Finding an appropriate substitute for an unavailable plant should always be considered carefully. Here is a list of factors that should be considered when making a selection.

  1. Site Considerations
    • Biogeoclimatci zone
    • Elevation
    • Subzone
      • Hydrology
      • Ground water
      • Proximity to water body
      • Soil Type
      • Exposure to sun and weather
      • Associated plants
      • Purpose of planting
      • Time of year
  2. Plant Considerations
    • Plant type
    • branching, roots, leaves, size
    • Diseases
      • Ecological adaptations
      • Water, salt, soil, shade, diseases
      • Best uses
      • Typical associates
  3. Habitat considerations
    • Impacts on terrestrial and aquatic life
  4. Habitat considerations
    • Conflicts with human use or contribution to proposed plan