An introduction to cottage gardening

Tips for planting native species, and why you should avoid exotic ones

By Lorraine JohnsonLorraine Johnson

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Brackenrig Landscaping, Port Carling, Ont.

Native Bark Plant Nursery, Baysville, Ont.

North American Native Plant Society

Northway Gardeners, Utterson, Ont.

Muskoka Heritage Foundation

Sandhill Nursery, Huntsville, Ont.

Sweet Grass Gardens, Hagersville, Ont.,

Water’s Edge Landscaping, Bala, Ont.

WILD Canada, Wasaga Beach, Ont.

Wildflower Farm, Coldwater, Ont.

 

For photos of plants, refer to these websites:

Ontario Wildflowers
North American Native Plant Society

 

 

This article was originally published on May 14, 2003


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