Seedling Products

Twin Sisters Native Plants Nursery specializes in the wholesale production of selected plant species native to the province of British Columbia and Alberta for use in reclaiming and replanting. Please browse our online catalog for examples of the various species we collect, germinate, grow and replant for our clients.

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Arctic lupine

A perennial herb with whorled pea-like flowers.

Arctic willow

A small, creeping willow that can survive in harsh sub-arctic and arctic environments.

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Aster

Perennial flowering plant with disk-shaped flowers.

Balsam poplar

A hardy, fast-growing softwood tree.

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Beaked hazelnut

A deciduous shrubby hazel with many stems.

Birch-leaved spiraea

A hardy, leaved shrub.

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Black huckleberry

An erect shrub growing up to 1.5 metres (4.9 ft) in maximum height and found at higher elevations.

Blue wildrye

A perennial bunch grass growing small, narrow tufts of several stems which exceed heights of 50cm.

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Bluejoint reedgrass

Perennial grass with branching stem and flat, drooping leaves.

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Bog Labrador tea

A low flowering shrub with white flowers and evergreen leaves.

Bunchberry

Slow growing, flowering plant that forms a carpet-like mat.

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Canadian goldenrod

Yellow flowered perennial plant.

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Chamisso's cotton grass

Narrow leaved cotton grass found in wet habitats and bogs.

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Choke cherry

Chokecherry is a suckering shrub or small tree growing to 4.9 m (16 ft) tall.

Common juniper

A small coniferous evergreen tree, very variable in form.