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Seed Sale: Special on Farewell-to-Spring!

Seed Sale: Special on Farewell-to-Spring!

Written December 10th, 2021 Happy Holidays everyone! Farewell-to-Spring (Clarkia amoena) stocking stuffers on sale tomorrow during our 20% off plan...
  • Abigail Hyde
Meadow Restoration within Drumbeg Provincial Park, Gabriola Island

Meadow Restoration within Drumbeg Provincial Park, Gabriola Island

Written December 9th, 2021 By: Kristen Miskelly, Satinflower Nurseries Satinflower Nurseries has helped with meadow restoration within Drumbeg Pro...
  • Satinflower Nurseries
New Native Plant Garden at the Nanaimo Airport

New Native Plant Garden at the Nanaimo Airport

Written December 9th, 2021 By: Kristen Miskelly, Satinflower Nurseries We recently partnered with our friends at Pollinator Partnership Canada to p...
  • Satinflower Nurseries
End of Season Sale - December 11th

End of Season Sale - December 11th

End of Season Sale! - Saturday December 11th - 20% off all potted plants in stock

We are hosting our LAST sale of the season. Special price on all potted plants in stock. Winter is the ideal planting time for many potted species - they can put down roots through fall and winter making them even more resilient to drought stress in summer. 

  • Satinflower Nurseries
We've got bulbs! Great Camas bare bulbs available now

We've got bulbs! Great Camas bare bulbs available now

Great Camas bulbs restocked! It is bulb planting season! Fall and early winter are ideal seasons to be planting bulbs. We have limited stock of beautiful, healthy mature Great Camas bulbs available for $6 each or 2 for $10 at flowering age.
Oct 30: Super Spooktacular Satinflower Sale!

Oct 30: Super Spooktacular Satinflower Sale!

We are hosting a Super Spooktacular Satinflower Sale this Saturday!

On October 30, from 9am to 4pm come by for a mug of hot apple cider, join the staff in costume if you like, and score some sweet sales 10% off all potted plants in stock. Plus 10% of the day's sales will be donated to Pollinator Partnership Canada!
There will be special spooky surprises available in-store only - more info to come...muahaha! 🧛
We are at 741 Haliburton Rd, at Haliburton Community Organic Farm.
  • Satinflower Nurseries
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Special Limited Time 25% off Bulk Seed Sale

Special Limited Time 25% off Bulk Seed Sale

Special Surprise Seed Sale!
We are having a 25% sale on two species if bought in bulk seed of Graceful Cinquefoil and Farewell-to-Spring! Limited time only, while supplies last. There is a $25 minimum purchase to get the discount.
Tips on Seeding for Wildflowers

Tips on Seeding for Wildflowers

Tips on Seeding for Wildflowers By Paige Erickson-McGee and Kristen Miskelly Thank you for your all the enthusiastic responses and inquiries thi...
  • Satinflower Nurseries
Weekly with Daly: Nestbox Design & Maintenance

Weekly with Daly: Nestbox Design & Maintenance

The Weekly with Daly is a regular column about the musings of the nursery written by our in-house wildlife observer and passionate conservationist,...
  • Julia Daly
Cuthbert Holmes Park Creekside Planting Project with the District of Saanich

Cuthbert Holmes Park Creekside Planting Project with the District of Saanich

Cuthbert Holmes Park Creekside Planting Project - District of Saanich Written October 23, 2021 By Paige Erickson-McGee, Satinflower Nurseries On t...
  • Satinflower Nurseries
The Weekly with Daly: Pollinator Steward Certification

The Weekly with Daly: Pollinator Steward Certification

The Weekly with Daly is a regular column about the musings of the nursery and nature written by our in-house wildlife observer and passionate conse...
  • Satinflower Nurseries
Webinar: Converting Lawn to Native Plant Meadow

Webinar: Converting Lawn to Native Plant Meadow

On Sept 27 2021 at 6:30pm Webinar: Converting Lawn to Native Plant Meadow Learn how to convert a conventional lawn to a native plant meadow with biologist Kristen Miskelly, owner of Satinflower Nurseries. Native plant meadows are low maintenance alternatives to conventional lawn that save water, do not require fertilizer or pesticides and create habitat for local bugs, birds and pollinators. This webinar will guide participants through developing a site plan, site preparation, planning materials, choosing site appropriate plants and maintenance.