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Nature Revisited: A Podcast with Stefan van Noorden - A Satinflower Favourite!

Nature Revisited: A Podcast with Stefan van Noorden - A Satinflower Favourite!

Check it out! Satinflower Nurseries was recently featured on the Nature Revisited Podcast as the first ever sponsor of the podcast! Check out the c...
NEW Program - MeadowMakers!

NEW Program - MeadowMakers!

Join Satinflower Nurseries, Pollinator Partnership Canada, and City of Victoria to become a MeadowMaker! A seven-month program online (plus two field trips) that will guide you through the process of rewilding spaces with native plants of the Salish Sea/Southern Vancouver Island area such as yards and boulevards.

Online Workshop: Gardening for Garry Oak Ecosystems Feb 3 7pm

Online Workshop: Gardening for Garry Oak Ecosystems Feb 3 7pm

Gardening for Garry Oak Ecosystems Learn how gardening with native plants can help maintain local biodiversity, including the wildlife that dep...
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.
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.