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Haliburton Community Organic Farm
741 Haliburton Road, Victoria B.C.

Closed to in-person visits at this time, but doing free delivery!

Retail and wholesale: We accept cash, cheque, debit, credit cards, and e-transfer

Phone: 778-679-3459


Saanich Native Plants  is taking the COVID-19 crisis very seriously.  We are continually monitoring the recommendations by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and the WHO (World Health Organization) to inform our operation. 

With concerns over the spread of the virus, we respectively request that you do not visit the nursery in person at this time. We are committed to continuing to provide native plants while also maintaining a safe environment for our customers and staff. 

To minimize potential spread, consider our delivery options

Saanich Native Plants offers a wide selection of plants and seeds that are native to southern Vancouver Island.  Our plants are propagated from our own stock and are local in originSaanich Native Plants resides on the Coast Salish Territories of  the W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples.

Saanich Native Plants provides consultation to private landowners and land managers in selecting appropriate species, planting methods, site preparation, and maintenance.  We are happy to accommodate custom orders.

We have been part of Haliburton Community Organic Farm since 2013 and all of our plants and seeds are certified organic (IOPA #1305-1958). We do not use any chemical fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, or hormones to grow our plants.

Saanich Native Plants Gift Cards

Do you need a great gift idea for a nature lover in your life? Visit the nursery or e-mail us for a paper certificate, or try one of our e-gift cards that are just a click away!

We have a new logo! We chose the Satinflower to highlight the special place we call home. In coastal BC, Satinflower has a very restricted range, found only in an area spanning from the Sooke Hills to the Saanich Peninsula. These delicate plants bloom early in the spring, sometimes by late February, ushering in a new season. While Satinflower thrives in dry, rocky and seemingly inhospitable habitats, they’re sensitive to trampling. They often grow in a thin veneer of soil on bedrock. If that veneer is scraped off by errant footsteps, the plant’s habitat is lost. Satinflower reminds us of our rich and unique region—and the importance of stepping lightly on the land. Thank you to Emrys Miller from RocketDay Arts for this beautiful design!

Join the Saanich Native Plants Restoration Group on Facebook!

This forum is to help with questions from land managers and the public about restoration techniques, plant identification, planting choices, site preparation and much more. Here we can share information and resources, and to connect people on these topics.

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