Coast Salish Plant Nursery

Our Coast Salish Plant Nursery is an important component of what we do at Maplewood Flats. Our aim is to recognize and emphasize the cultural associations of Coast Salish plants, and how they can be used to improve habitat value for local wildlife.

Buy 1, We plant 1

For every plant you purchase, we will plant its equivalent in the Conservation Area at Maplewood Flats. The Coast Salish Plant Nursery carries a wide range of plants that are native to the region. All proceeds support habitat restoration and educational programming on Coast Salish culture and ecology. Feel good about your support for our Nursery program!

Workshops & Events

Plant Walks

Learn about indigenous plant use, from medicines for teas or edible berries and more, throughout Maplewood Flats. 

Monthly Plant Talks with Indigenous Plant Diva, 
Cease Wyss

Hosted by T’uyt’tanat Cease Wyss of Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Tsimshian, Sto:lo, Swiss, and Hawaiian ancestry; ethnobotanist, educator, and multi-disciplinary artist. Co-founder of Raven and Hummingbird Tea Co, with her daughter Senaqwila Wyss.

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Arts & Crafts with Invasive Plants

A brief overview of different projects that you can undertake with invasive plants from your backyard.

Buying Plants

Hours

Year-round: October-March sales hours are by appointment. Contact nursery@wildbirdtrust.org to inquire about our current inventory and arrange a time to pick up your plants!

Spring/Summer Sales Hours: We have regular sales hours on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am-2pm from April to September.

Location

Location: The nursery is located across from Corrigan Nature House at Maplewood Flats Conservation Area.

Placing your order

Pricing

  • 3.5″ pots – $6.00
  • 1 gallon pots – $12.50
  • Larger sizes – $25.00

Payments can be made by cash, credit card, debit, or etransfer.

We offer a 20% discount for students & people with a low income, or are currently experiencing financial  limitations.

online orders

You can now purchase plants and seeds directly from our online store, subject to stock availability (reflected in our up-to-date inventory). At this time, we are unable to offer shipping or delivery. Pick ups on-site only, Saturdays and Sundays 11am-2pm and by appointment on Thursdays by emailing nursery@wildbirdtrust.org.

email orders

You can also send your order by email to nursery@wildbirdtrust.org along with your name, phone number and mailing/delivery address, and payment method preference (credit card/e-transfer – we will provide details when we process your invoice).

Out of Stock?

If you are looking for plants that we don’t currently have in stock, let us know your desired species and quantity and we may be able to get them in with our spring wholesale order.

You can also email nursery@wildbirdtrust.org to join our mailing list, and be notified of new plants in stock and events.

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Volunteer

We welcome volunteers to help with plant education, sales, care, & propagation.

Head Office

The Conservation Area
at Maplewood Flats
2649 Dollarton Highway,
North Vancouver, BC, V7H 1B1

(2km from Second Narrows Bridge)

hours

Office: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm 

Conservation Area: Open 24 hours

Contact

Phone

Phone : + 1 604-929-2379

corrigan nature house rentals

rentals@wildbirdtrust.org

Membership inquiries

membership@wildbirdtrust.org

volunteering

volunteer@wildbirdtrust.org

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