NATS Nursery Ltd. - Native Plants

  • Projects We Are Proud Of

    Greening the earth one project at a time.

Portfolio

We are proud to be a part of something bigger. From wetland restoration, forest road decommissioning, living roofs and highway greening, to custom growing for Canada’s coldest regions, we’ve been involved in countless great projects that have made the world a little greener. Check out some of the great projects we’ve worked on.

  • Vancouver Convention Centre Green Roof

    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 budget. The green roof is now a dynamic, thriving landmark of Vancouver’s skyline.

  • Mining Reclamation Using Provenance-Specific Plants

    NATS Nursery provided 35,000 starter plants for a mine site reclamation project in Northern B.C. We are proud of our involvement in restoring the natural environment for future generations to enjoy.

  • Stanley Park Native Plant Donation

    After Vancouver's Stanley Park was devastated by a windstorm in 2006, NATS Nursery supported the reconstruction efforts with a donation of 6,500 native plants. We are proud to give back to our community and ensure that our natural habitats are protected and preserved.

  • Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre

    Native planting at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre in Abbotsford, B.C. This project included planting around a feature pond which was designed to manage water run-off.

  • Samuel Brighouse Elementary LiveRoof®

    Samuel Brighouse Elementary in Richmond, B.C. was built to Gold LEED Standards and included the installation a 3,228 square foot LiveRoof planted with red and yellow sedum mixes in the LiveRoof Standard 4.25" system.

  • Burnside Gorge Community Centre

    NATS Nursery provided native plants to The Burnside Gorge project on Vancouver Island that were representative of the Garry Oak Ecosystem. This project was designed to be an example of sustainability by its use of permeable pavers in the parking area and a green roof.

  • Inuvik School In the Northwest Territories

    NATS provided custom growing services to supply hardy arctic native plants to East 3 School in Inuvik, NT. The plants were propagated from seeds and cuttings collected in Inuvik by NATS staff and grown to size in our nursery before being sent back to Inuvik for installation.