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The four different types of seeds: fleshy berries, pods resembling pea pods, tube-shaped capsules and fluffy seeds being carried by the wind. A hand holds 10 of the seed capsules in its palm.

How to start a seed garden (and why you should)

A seed garden is a group of native plants grown with the goal of harvesting seed, the way someone would grow vegetables with the goal of harvesting food. It’s easy to get started. Read More
A seed garden is a group of native plants grown with the goal of harvesting seed, the way someone...
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Prairie Pasqueflower | Crocus pulsatilla nuttalliana

Meet some of Manitoba’s nicest native plants

May 12 is Manitoba Day! What better way to mark it than by exploring the province’s rugged and beautiful native plants — and how you can help expand their populations. What do you picture... Read More
May 12 is Manitoba Day! What better way to mark it than by exploring the province’s rugged and beautiful...
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Monarch butterfly drinking nectar from pink Joe Pye Weed flowers

How re:grow helps you help nature

April showers bring May flowers, but this spring will specifically be bringing native flowers, as well as other native plants, shrubs and trees thanks to people like you signing up for re:grow, our new... Read More
April showers bring May flowers, but this spring will specifically be bringing native flowers, as well as other native...
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Pale purple coneflower seeds

How seed orchards fill a growing need for native plants

The restoration of vast degraded and fragmented areas into functioning and healthy habitats is one of the ambitious goals of our 10-year plan. Thing is, restoring hundreds of thousands of square kilometres requires millions... Read More
The restoration of vast degraded and fragmented areas into functioning and healthy habitats is one of the ambitious goals...
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Platebande d’immeuble aménagée

Six easy steps to planting a wildlife-friendly garden

Your garden, backyard or balcony can help native wildlife recover and thrive. By including native plants in your green space, you can create living habitats that offer food and shelter to bees, caterpillars, butterflies,... Read More
Your garden, backyard or balcony can help native wildlife recover and thrive. By including native plants in your green...
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Eastern comma butterfly rests on top of leaf litter.

11 native Canadian species that signal springtime

From the sweet melody of the song sparrow to the emergence of groundhogs from their burrows, one of the most exciting parts of the spring season is watching the natural world reawaken and blossom... Read More
From the sweet melody of the song sparrow to the emergence of groundhogs from their burrows, one of the...
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