Native Plant Sale – May 13, 2017

Return the Landscape and DeGroot’s Nurseries work as a team to promote and supply customers with Native Perennials.

Experts Shawn McKnight and Nick Alexander will be on site on Saturday May 13 to help you make the right choices for your garden.

The plants sold at DeGroot’s are harvested from construction sites, or seeds are collected from areas in Lambton County.

Aamjiwnaang First Nation staff grow the plants in their state of the art greenhouse so they are ready for retail sales at DeGroot’s.

New perennials are stocked weekly all summer in the retail greenhouse at DeGroot’s, and there is a terrific assortment of trees and shrubs to select from as well.

 

This is the last of four different naturalized gardens that will be toured, one each Thursday evening of July. Learn about creating a habitat landscape with native plants from the Return the Landscape experts and the gardeners.

Refreshments will be supplied.

This is the third of four different naturalized gardens that will be toured, one each Thursday evening of July. Learn about creating a habitat landscape with native plants from the Return the Landscape experts and the gardeners.

Meet at the parking lot of Baxter Park to tour 3 beach side gardens.

Refreshments will be supplied.

This is the second of four different naturalized gardens that will be toured, one each Thursday evening of July. Learn about creating a habitat landscape with native plants from the Return the Landscape experts and the gardeners.

Refreshments will be supplied.

This is the first of four different naturalized gardens that will be toured, one each Thursday evening of July. Learn about creating a habitat landscape with native plants from the Return the Landscape experts and the gardeners.

Refreshments will be supplied.

An Invitation to Lambton Wildlife members and Sydenham Field Naturalists,

Hello LWI and SFN birders. Enbridge is inviting you to go birding inside the fences at the Sarnia Solar site. The large grassland like fields offer great birding for grassland species. A survey this week included rarities such as Clay-coloured Sparrow, Grasshopper Sparrow and Dickcissel and totalled 43 species.

Join Larry Cornelis on Tuesday, June 28th, 8am – 11am and hopefully we will relocate these rare birds amongst all the other grassland species. Butterflies and dragonflies are abundant too right now. Meet Larry at the Enbridge office (yellow house), 5115 Blackwell side road (across from the old dump) at 8am.

Bring your binoculars and camera!

Be warned there are ticks possible so where long pants and bring bug spray. Bring water to drink too.

Thanks

RTL, Enbridge & Sarnia Solar