2090 sf + 408 sf*
Total 2498 sf
Elderberry: in late summer along nature trails, shining clusters of dark reddish-purple elderberries hang jewel-like in the sun. Ripe elderberries make wonderful pies, wine and fall tonics.
2562 sf + 603 sf*
Total 3255 sf
Wintergreen: in spring and summer, fragrant wintergreen shrubs sport delicate little white bell-like flowers. In winter, festive red berries appear.
2641 sf + 532 sf*
Total 3173 sf
Coneflower: butterflies flock to coneflowers all summer long in Ontario meadows. Known as echinacea, the vibrant purple flowers make an immune-boosting tea.
Marigold: Ontario’s marsh marigold likes to appear after the snow disappears. Also known as cowslips, the brilliant yellow flowers cluster in sunny areas near water.
Total 3416 sf
Trillium: this much-loved spring flower can be found on forest floors, soaking up sunshine for a few short weeks before leaves appear. The White Trillium, one of five trilliums native to Ontario, is a provincial icon.