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PLASTICS. Pond liners,

tarps. Resists Canadian thunderstorms, yellowing, cats, branches, punctures. Custom sizes. Samples. Box 1450-O-G, Altona, MB, R0G 0B0. Ph: 204-327-5540 Fax:

Gratrix Garden Lilies. Specialty lily bulbs hemerocalis peonies. www.gratrix- (705)-835-6794

Terra Edibles - Small Ontario-based company offering organically-grown seeds for heirloom tomatoes, vegetables and herbs. Visit for online catalogue. Retail at the Village Green, 535 Ashley St, Foxboro ON K0K 2B0.

DAHLIAS, PEONIES – 200 dahlia varieties!

Stunning early hybrid, Japanese and double peonies. Visit Online Ordering. Our 96th year!

Ferncliff Gardens, 35344 McEwen Ave, Mission, B.C. V2V 6R4

NOTTAWASAGA DAYLILIES – Field grown daylily plants, over 500 varie- ties. Order now for May/June delivery. For pictures, catalogue and order form visit, or request catalogue by mail. Our farm, located near Creemore ON, is open for viewing, Friday through Monday from 10AM to 5PM from Canada Day (July 1) through Labour Day. Garden tours welcome. Nottawasaga Daylilies, 37 Lowther Ave. Toronto, ON M5R 1C5. Julie & Tom Wilson 416-962- 5018.

Select Plus Lilac Nursery

Mail order plants. Huge selection of lilacs and rare plants. 15% discount using this ad. Check us out at Contact 450-477-3797

(204)-327-5527. www.

Canning Perennials – Hardy Peren- nial Plant Specialist. Over 1,500 varieties including new and unusual perennials, ornamental grasses, clematis, vines, distinc- tive shrubs and much more. We ship across Canada or save $$ when you pick-up your plants. Paris, Ontario. 519-458-4271. Shop on-line at

& Pumpkin Moon Seeds is an Heirloom Seed company


and Certified Organic CSA vegetable farm located in Central Nova Scotia Phone: 902-671-2378 Box #22 5324 Hwy 289,

Upper Stewiacke, NS BON 2PO

THE COTTAGE GARDENER, an heirloom seedhouse in south- ern Ontario, specializes in organic seeds of heirloom vegetables, herbs & flowers. As well, we have organic heirloom vegetable starter plants at our annual Plant Sale in May/June. Visit our website at www.cottagegar- or email: heirlooms@

Save the Monarch Butterfly

Plant Milkweed

Ontario Gardener magazine has launched a campaign to help save the monarch but- terfly. You can help by planting milkweed at home to attract butterflies, as it is the only plant upon which the butterflies will lay their eggs. We are offering free seeds to those who want to get involved. For more information, visit us at:

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