Monthly Archives: May 2013


Native Plants for Sale
Pick up locations available at Urban Rider, 1735 Queen St East, just west of Kingston Road. Toronto or delivery to anywhere in the Scarborough-Oshawa area.
Gallon pots of Sweetgrass (Hierochloe odorata) are available!
Spring is finally springing!   I was very pleased to learn that the David Suzuki Foundation is expanding their Toronto butterflyway project to the Beach.  Verdigrow is proud to support any effort to support native plants and the wildlife that depends on them.

If you’re interested in adding locally originating native plants to your home or business, please contact us!   We can help you choose just a few suitable species to add your space or to design a complete garden.  We specialize in storm water management gardens.

Check out the “Green Plot” link on the menu bar.  Become a Revolutionary Hero and help Toronto to Grow Up!  We have jumbo sized pots of many species available and can special order a wide selection of others.  Drop by today and start your own Green Plot to help to revolutionize Toronto gardens!

Verdigrow will be at the Midland Park Community Association Neighbours Night Out on Tuesday June 18, 2013 6-8 pm on Freeborn Crescent in Scarborough, Ontario.  Join the neighbours for a BBQ and silent auction including a selection of native plants supplied by Verdigrow Ltd.

Join us at the Leslieville Tree Festival in Leslie Grove Park (Queen St East at Jones Ave in Toronto, ON) on Saturday June 22, 2013 12-4pm with more native plants.

Birkdale Art in the Park in Scarborough, Ontario on
Saturday June 8, 2013 10 am – 4 pm
Green Evolution Site signs  |   Grow Up! Toronto signs
free native plant with every site registration.
Share your living landscape.
Join the battle for our Right to Grow!

Guelph, Ontario Water Services Open House on
Saturday May 25, 2013  9 am – 2pm
along with the Waterloo-Wellington Wildflower Society native plant sale and Pollination Guelph.
Pickup a Green Evolution Site sign at ”Show Special” pricing
+ a coupon for a free plant from the native plant sale.

Grow Up! Toronto signs at High Park native plant sale
Come out to High Park on Sunday May 12, 2013 from 11 am – 2 pm to select from an amazing collection of native plants grown from seed collected in High Park.  You won’t find more beautiful native plants with a more local genotype anywhere in Toronto!  All proceeds go to support the High Park volunteer stewardship committee which does an amazing job of expanding and protecting natural areas within High Park.  While you’re there, pick up a free Grow Up! Toronto sign to support native plant gardeners and urban biodiversity in Toronto.

Grow Grassless!

Grow Grassless!