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  Buy 10 Items Or More, Get 15% Off Total Order 

Heartnut Seedlings are 50% Off (Now $8 each)

Are you looking to grow nut trees and fruit shrubs for food, medicine, habitat, and beauty? 

ee below for the plants that we grow for you!
1) For more information on each plant (including mature height, hardiness zone, gene source, and more), click on their picture.

2) Add the plants that you want to your cart.

3) Pay online via credit card or e-transfer, or in-person (for local pick ups only).

Helpful Information and Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Do you ship?

Yes, we ship everywhere in Canada (Northern Turtle Island), except BC due to regulations. Shipping costs are stated at checkout. They start at $30 + hst and increase depending on height of seedlings and your location. Discounts exist for larger orders. We will send you a follow up email with any additional costs. 

Shipping Cost Examples:

The Maritimes are mostly $30 and sometimes reach $65 with the larger trees.

Ontario and Quebec are mostly $45 and sometimes reach $75 with the larger trees.

Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta are mostly $60 and sometimes reach $100 with the larger trees.

Do you offer Gift Cards?

Yes we do! Click here or see below to see the details and to place an order.

Can I pick up my order?

Yes, we'd love that! While checking out with your order, select "On Farm Pick Up". You will receive an email shortly after with directions to select a pickup time, and it will contain our address.

Can I come visit the farm?

Most likely, yes! We love visits and getting to know our customers while showing off our gardens. However, we are a small team with little kids, so we often limit farm visits to 30 minutes. If you're interested in a larger, more in depth tour, please feel free to email us.

When do you sell nursery plants? When do I get my order?

While our website/online store is almost always open for sales, order shipping and customer pickups occur in the Spring (April to June) and Fall (Late October into November). This is because we're working with bareroot plants--we move them when they're dormant.

How big are the seedlings? Are they hardy to my zone? How tall do they get? What's a Hazelnut?

All great questions! You can find a brief explanation of each of the plants that we grow by clicking on their pictures below.

Do youse synthetic fertilizers or pesticides?

We don't use synthetic fertilizers or pesticides in any of our growing practices. We use composts, wood whips, and leaves to provide nutrients. 

How do I care for the plants? How do I plant them?
Paul has prepared a planting care and instructions page (click here). Please read through this and if you have further questions, feel free to email us questions and inquire about Paul's Land Use Planning services.

Can you help me design my planting layout?

Paul's Land Use Planning facilitation services are available in-person and virtually for people who are interested in more deeply understanding how to design their planting and generally work with the land. Email us to inquire at 

Are you absolutely thrilled to be growing so many amazing plants?

Yes, yes we are!


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