IMPORTANT NOTICEThe nursery will be closed as of March 23 in keeping with the requests from B C health officials. If you need plants please phone in your order. The plants will then be available for pick up in front of the gate at the nursery. Payment will be by E-transfer or by phoning in your credit card number. We will not accept cheques or cash. Keep a minimum distance of 2m if you speak to one of our staff.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Plant Selection Guide
|Wholesale Price Guide|
Streamside Native Plants specializes in the propagation
and growing of a wide variety of trees, woody shrubs and
perennials native to coastal British Columbia.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we will be closed in keeping with the requests from B C health officials. See the notice above.
Call 250-757-9999 or toll-free 1-877-570-3138 or email to place an order. Please leave a message if no one is at the nursery.
Customer pick up
Orders can be made ready for pick up if you email or phone with a date and time.
For your convenience all orders are shipped freight prepaid and charged. The freight amount will be added to the invoice. Most orders will be shipped using Ace Courier. They offer overnight service to most points on Vancouver Island and the lower mainland. Larger orders will be shipped by truck or by 4x4 pickup and trailer.
The wholesale pricing applies to landscapers, developers, golf courses, parks departments, various levels of governments, schools, and societies.
The general public are welcome to visit the nursery. It is advisable to phone first to make sure we will be on site.
Garden club members will receive a 10% discount on all purchases.
Photo - J. Jackson
About the company:
Streamside Native Plants only sells plants that are native to
coastal British Columbia. Our customers include private
owners, developers, golf courses, landscapers, parks
departments, schools, societies and various levels of governments.
Richard Wahlgren is the owner/manager of Streamside Native
Plants. He received a BSc. (Agriculture) from the University
of British Columbia in 1979. During the summer of 2000 the
Malaspina University-College Fisheries Field Technician
Certificate program was successfully completed. Over the
last 18 years Richard has gained lots of hands on experience
working with native plants. This has proved valuable in
writing successful planting prescriptions, propagating and selling
healthy plants, and planting re-vegetation projects all over
Richard hooking up a sling to take a load of plants over to Gowland-Todd Provincial Park.