NATS Nursery Ltd. - Native Plants

Another great example of a residential LiveRoof. The proud owner likes how the LiveRoof changes in appearance during and year by year. “Pink is more dominant this year – last year the white was more dominant. Looks pretty nifty we think. Also have lot of bees again this year….”

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Stunning LiveRoof installed at Phantom Creek winery. The grasses add wonderful texture and height that really sets this green roof apart.

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The Colony Farm Sheep Paddocks trail is a biking, and walking path in Coquitlam. Years of erosion by the floodwaters of the Coquitlam River, and the growth of numerous invasive species, led to the trail being shut down for a restoration project in 2017. NATS Nursery provided the native plants for the project. The trail…

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Dynamic LiveRoof design belongs on both residential and commercial buildings. Varied sedum mixes and an ununiform shape create visual interest and add to the unique features of this charming home.

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Blakeburn Lagoon Park

Blakeburn Lagoons Park is a peaceful oasis where people can go to commune with nature and experience a functioning wildlife habitat (City of Port Coquitlam). More than 100,000 native plants, varying from perennial flowers and wetland plants to shrubs and trees, were grown and supplied by NATS Nursery for this habitat restoration! The 11-hectare (27-acre)…

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A beautiful sloping roof hosting a NATS LiveRoof with high plant biodiversity. This water pump station distributes drinking water to municipalities including Maple Ridge, Township of Langley, City of Langley, and Surrey.

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The owner of this stunning beach home in Boundary Bay, BC said, “Of all the things we’ve put into our house, I would have to say our LiveRoof is the feature we are most pleased with”.

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NATS’ LiveRoof helps Splatsin’s new community centre in Enderby, BC reflect a traditional winter shelter (pit house). This beautiful new building sports a 24,000 sq ft LiveRoof using a unique evergreen sedum mix with native accent plants.

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NATS Nursery produced a 10,722 square foot LiveRoof for the Olympic Village at False Creek. We used the LiveRoof Standard System with a 4.25” soil depth planted with a mix of sedums, bulbs and grasses.                

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NATS Nursery supplied 350,000 native plants to create a self-sustaining ecosystem reflective of a coastal British Columbian grassland meadow on the rooftop of the Vancouver Convention Centre. The design incorporated 25 species of Pacific Northwest native plants best suited to roof top survival. These were propagated in our greenhouses and delivered on schedule and on…

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