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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Scrub Birch

A medium sized multi-stemmed shrub closely related to the dwarf birch.

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Sedge

A grass-like flowering plant common to wetlands.

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Sitka alder

A large shrub, fast growing in poor soils.

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Sitka alder seed

A large shrub or small tree 3–12 m tall with smooth grey bark and shiny green leaves.

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Sitka brome

A perennial grass from fibrous roots; stems 50-150cm tall.

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Soopolallie

A deciduous shrub found in open forests and thickets; grows to 1-4m in height.

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Spiny wood fern

Clustered or single growing deciduous perennial.

Spruce hybrid

White spruce and its hybrids are found through-out the Interior of British Columbia from valley floor to mid elevations.

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Subalpine fir

A medium-sized tree usually 20 to 35 metres tall; occasionally grows to 50 metres. Subalpine fir has a distinctive long, narrow crown of short stiff branches

Tamarack

A small to medium sized tree with delicate foliage.

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Thimbleberry

A dense shrub 2.5m (8.2ft) tall often found growing in large clumps.

Trembling aspen

A slender, graceful tree with distinctive leaves and a smooth, greenish-white bark; growing up to 25m.

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Twin Sisters roadside grass blend

A grass blend of Canada wild rye, slender wheatgrass, American vetch and Rocky Mountain fescue.

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Upland larkspur

A perennial herb, dark purple to light blue and occasionally white.

Utah honeysuckle

A species of the flowering honeysuckle plant with slender, spreading branches.