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Macphail Woods Nursery

Contact:

Gary Schneider

Phone:                               (902)651-2575

Email: macphailwoods@gmail.com

Download our 2016 Nursery Catalog!

More and more people are deciding on native plants to attract wildlife to their properties, develop a windbreak or reduce lawn-size.  Many of our native plants are ideal for these purposes, plus they are beautiful as well.

If you would like our staff to help you with native plant landscaping, please email us at macphailwoods@gmail.com or call 902-651-2575.

We have worked with the City of Charlottetown and the Town of Stratford on many park restorations, as well as dozens of schools and private landowners, as we continue to bring nature right up to your door.  The proper mix of well-planted native trees, shrubs, wildflowers and ferns, will give you years of enjoyment and attract a broad array of birds in your yard.

Upcoming Events

Apr
29
Sat
7:30 pm Owl Prowl 2017 #3
Owl Prowl 2017 #3
Apr 29 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Owl Prowl 2017 #3 @ Macphail Woods Nature Centre | Vernon Bridge | Prince Edward Island | Canada
Come celebrate the wonderful world of owls at one of three Owl Prowls at the Macphail Homestead in Orwell on April 21, 22 and 29. The Sir Andrew Macphail Foundation will open up the Great
May
6
Sat
10:00 am Landscaping with Native Plants
Landscaping with Native Plants
May 6 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Landscaping with Native Plants @ Macphail Woods Nature Centre | Vernon Bridge | Prince Edward Island | Canada
The use of native plants to improve wildlife habitat, beautify yards and reduce the size of lawns is attracting a lot of attention these days. A wide variety of native trees, shrubs, wildflowers and ferns
May
13
Sat
8:00 am Birds 8 am and Breakfast 7 am
Birds 8 am and Breakfast 7 am
May 13 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Birds 8 am and Breakfast 7 am @ Macphail Woods Nature Centre | Vernon Bridge | Prince Edward Island | Canada
Island woodlands are alive with birds and their songs. While year-round avian residents such as barred owls and juncos are already sitting on their nests, many migrants have just now returned and are singing up