Welcome to Kayanase
Restoring Mother Earth through
Native Plant Propagation and Ecological Restoration.

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Greenhouse is Open Mid-May to October

Kayanase has been in operation since early 2007. It was established to work in partnership with the City of Hamilton to perform ecological restoration after the construction of the Red Hill Valley Parkway.

Kayanase is an ecological restoration and native plant and seed business. Our Mission is to restore the health and beauty of Mother Earth, using science-based approaches and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK).

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Our experienced staff utilizes scientific and traditional methods to improve ecosystems through;
Ecological
Restoration
Ecological
Restoration
Invasive Species
Management
Invasive Species
Management
Environmental
Outreach
Environmental
Outreach
Native Plant and
Seed Production
Native Plant and
Seed Production

We work closely with our clients to create ecologically sustainable landscapes and to foster environmental awareness. Above all is the belief that the work we do will benefit Mother Earth as a whole, enriching the lives of the people, plants, and animals that depend on her.

- Kayanase Greenhouse

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Ecological and Greenhouse Services


Latest News

Benefits of Planting Native Species in your Garden
June 03, 2024
Benefits of Planting Native Species in your Garden

In the world of gardening, there's a shift to the favouring of native plants; a trend we are thrilled to champion. These botanical treasures, deeply rooted in their local ecosystems, offer a multitude of benefits that not only enhance your garden but also contribute to the greater ecological balance.

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Planting Seeds of Change: 50 Million Tree Program
May 14, 2024
Planting Seeds of Change: 50 Million Tree Program

Forests Ontario's 50 Million Tree Program is a remarkable initiative aimed at growing and restoring our natural landscapes for generations to come. So, let’s roll up our sleeves, grab a shovel, and plant the seeds of change — one tree at a time.

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Creating a Native Flower Garden: Eco-Friendly AND Beautiful!
May 10, 2024
Creating a Native Flower Garden: Eco-Friendly AND Beautiful!

Welcome to the enchanting world of native gardening! Whether you have a large garden, a modest backyard, or just a balcony, incorporating native plants can make a significant impact. Here’s how you can start:

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Our Partners


ONPGA
NATIVE PLANTS CLAREMONT
IN OUR NATURE
CAROLINIAN CANADA
WORLD WILD LIFE CANADA
SIX NATIONS TOURISM
FORESTS ONTARIO
Haldimand Stewardship Council