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A fuzzy caterpillar sits on top of fallen leaves.

Create a leafy habitat for wildlife

“Leave the leaves” on the ground in fall is a common refrain. Doing so provides winter habitat for butterflies, bees and more and insulates your sleeping plants. Read More
“Leave the leaves” on the ground in fall is a common refrain. Doing so provides winter habitat for butterflies,...
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A person stands beside a flourishing garden, writing on a paper bag that holds seeds.

How to harvest seeds from your native plants

Fall is the perfect time to harvest the seeds of many native plant species. You can use these seeds to grow more plants and expand your garden next year, or share them with others. Read More
Fall is the perfect time to harvest the seeds of many native plant species. You can use these seeds...
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Closeup of brown lodgepole pine cone and long, straight green needles.

Celebrating Alberta’s hardy native plants

Alberta has some of the country’s most compellingly diverse landscapes. Six ecozones overlap its borders, giving rise to an array of plant life that supports wildlife from ground squirrels to moose. Read More
Alberta has some of the country’s most compellingly diverse landscapes. Six ecozones overlap its borders, giving rise to an...
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Water pours from the spout of a watering can as someone waters their garden on a sunny day.

Tell us about your native plants for a special offer

If you record an action on re:grow 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. Read More
If you record an action on re:grow by July 27, 2023, we’ll send you a follow-up email with a...
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Blue flag iris © Jarmila Becka Lee

Celebrate the unique character of Quebec’s native plants

To mark June 24, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day and the National Day of Quebec, we’re celebrating some of the province’s spectacular native plants. Quebec is the largest province in Canada in terms of land area, with... Read More
To mark June 24, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day and the National Day of Quebec, we’re celebrating some of the province’s spectacular...
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Male rufous hummingbird visiting red-flowering currant (Ribes sanguineum) © Shutterstock

How to attract and help hummingbirds with native plants

What’s not to love about hummingbirds? Found only in the Western Hemisphere, these birds are truly The Americas’ sweethearts. The energy-rich nectar they drink keeps their hearts beating up to 1,200 beats per minute... Read More
What’s not to love about hummingbirds? Found only in the Western Hemisphere, these birds are truly The Americas’ sweethearts....
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An elongated red-orange and black beetle with long antennae, a dimorphic flower longhorn beetle, dusted with pollen, feeds on a rose.

Beetle-mania: Meet nature’s unsung pollinators

Beetles complement the efforts of other pollinators, contributing to the overall performance of the pollinator population and health of the ecosystem as a whole. Read More
Beetles complement the efforts of other pollinators, contributing to the overall performance of the pollinator population and health of...
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