Tell us about your native plants for a special offer

Growing native plants in your yards, balconies and community spaces is an accessible and productive way to help restore lost wildlife habitats — and people in Canada know it.

A 2022 Environics survey showed that 70 per cent of us are interested in planting native plants, trees, and shrubs to help create habitats that can support biodiversity and 74 per cent believe individual actions such as native plant gardening are effective in protecting and restoring nature.

Water pours from the spout of a watering can as someone waters their garden on a sunny day.
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Are you one of those people doing your part for nature by growing native plants? Well, we want to hear about it!

On re:grow, our online destination for the growing native plant movement, we invite you to record your actions as you plan and execute your native plant growing projects. If you record an action by July 27, 2023, we’ll send you a follow-up email with a promo code to receive 20 per cent off your purchase at our WWF-Canada e-store*.

Stock up on gardening products like our or hats as well as symbolic wildlife adoptions, apparel and more.

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Record your action by July 27 for a limited-time offer at our WWF-Canada e-store

Log in to your re:grow account (or create a free account if you don’t have one yet) and click “record an action” to let us know about:

  • the action plan you created for your native plant growing project;
  • the native plants or trees that you planted; or
  • the seeds you harvested or shared from your seed garden.

Then, keep an eye out for the email from WWF-Canada after July 27, which will contain the promo code.

Oh, and if you upload a photo of your native plant project when recording your action on re:grow, it may be featured in a special showcase on WWF-Canada’s social media accounts.

Flowering hairy beardtongue and hoary vervain plants glow in bright sunlight against a blue sky.
Garden with hairy beardtongue and hoary vervain plants © Jesse Wyatt courtesy of SpruceLab Inc.

Thank you for helping to restore wildlife habitat and for recording your actions to be part of the collective impact we’re making together.

*Offer excludes virtual gifts, shipping and donations

Want to grow native plants but not sure where to start?

No worries, re:grow’s easy-to-use interface will guide you through the step-by-step instructions on how to create an action plan, plant native plants and trees, or start a seed garden.

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