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I have had a working relationship with NATS nursery since the inception of our firm some twenty years ago.  I have always enjoyed the interaction, cooperation and collaboration from Rod Nataros and his staff.  Our landscape architecture firm of approx. 30 professionals in two offices rely on the valuable technical support from NATS nursery in…

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Our newly installed John Creech sedum mats are looking beautiful in Seylynn Park in North Vancouver. Sedum mats consist of a sedum variety or mix that has rooted into an easy to install matting, ready to put down pretty much anywhere. Sedums are hardy plants that work well in environments that receive direct sunlight and…

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This past week NATS celebrated the first annual World Green Roof Day (WGRD) on June 6th with over 57 different countries across the globe. World Green Roof Day encourages people to consider the positive impact green roofs have on the world around us, and share what they love about green roofs. Green roofs redefine spaces…

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NATS has expanded its range of wetland plants for salt marshes, bogs, ponds and shoreline planting. We are excited to see our range of wetland plants growing, and to bring our clients new options for their projects. These species are now available in plug trays, please contact Jennifer, our starter plant sales manager for more…

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NATS Nursery recently supplied the Rotary Interpretive Center at the Derek Doubleday Arboretum on the Fraser Highway in Langley with a LiveRoof ® green roof.  LiveRoof ® is the hybrid modular green roof system, providing a fully rooted and established living roof consisting of sedums, native perennials and grasses, that offers a bio-diverse habitat.  The…

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Thank you for helping us celebrate our 30th Anniversary! For all of you that found a pair of 30th Anniversary gloves in your NATS order this spring, congratulations! We hope you can put them to use and enjoy them! We had a number of great photo entries and have randomly selected the winner: Andrei Zawadzki…

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Pollinator Week is June 18-24, 2018   We’ve all probably heard about the plight that pollinators are facing these days. Habitat loss, lack of food sources, and insecticides are some threats to not only honey bees, but also our own native bees and other pollinators such as flies, butterflies, and other insects! Here at NATS…

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