Products & Services

 

Products

Below is a link to our Species and Products List.  Availability may vary. Please contact us with your order and/or questions.

Click here to download our Species & Products List

 

Services

Forestry/Property Consulting

Bob Baker is an Associate Member with the Ontario Professional Foresters Association. He is certified to answer any questions you may have about your property in regards to maintenance, reforestation, natural succession, removal of trees/shrubs, identification/removal of invasive species, potential plantings and the creation of planting plans.

Planting Services

We offer large and small-scale planting services, both for our stock or stock sourced elsewhere. We can provide any or all of the following: labour, equipment, mulch, water, and staking.

Restoration Services

We offer site preparation, site plans, natural mulch, watering services and planting plan development. From steep slopes to river banks, ravines, or open field rehabilitation, we restore the site to its natural state. See our Gallery for pictures of previous restoration projects.

Landscape Supplies

We can supply a variety of  landscape quality native trees and shrubs,  ranging in size from 1 gallon pots to large caliper,  for completing your outdoor space. We also provide mulch and staking materials, and promise to leave minimal impact on your site when planting.

Invasive Species Control

Including, but not limited to, Giant Hogweed, Garlic Mustard, Dog Strangling Vine, Buckthorn. We are fully licensed to handle a large variety of pesticides if required, and are members of the Ontario Invasive Plant Council where we stay informed about current and developing issues.

Bio-engineering

We offer a wide variety of fascine, live stake and cutting material. No order is too small or too large.

Trail Construction

We offer trail design, layout, construction and maintenance services. We are equipped to cover a wide range of trail types, including those requiring water crossings, boardwalks, stairways and of course, a simple woodchip covering. See our Gallery for pictures of our trails.