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Maybe they are in the way. Maybe they happen to be growing on a future development site. Whatever the reason, they could be facing an unfortunate fate of being destroyed.
We move them to gardens, farms, conservation sites, etc. according to what our projects need.
Call us before you clear your land.
On new site developments, there are often many native species which can continue to thrive in a new location.
Instead of destroying these plants through land modifications, our team can come to your site before digging begins, identify plants, then remove them.
Typically, there is a 2 hour minimum commitment that we like to have, and although the more time we have for digging, the merrier, we work around your schedules.
You may have a new trail you are putting in, a garden that needs thinning, or maybe you are thinning trees things are just overgrown.
Once they are correctly identified and dug up, we can purchase them from you.
Each year we search marketplace, kijiji, and check in with property owners for particular plants that may fit with a need for one of our projects.
Self explanatory. We don't often use scientific taxonomy, but this is about the only place where it does matter to us.
Invasive species can suck. Literally. They'll suck the life right out of a native ecosystem. So if there's any chances of them being around, this is what we have to do.
We do a lot of transplanting, so plants need at least 2 weeks to recover, all the way up to a full year.