It's your last chance to order for our last ever pick-up day at the Living Centre on Saturday, September 28th, at 5871 Bells Rd just south of London.
Last chance to order is Sunday, September 22nd.
Yes, we're closing!
Artemisia's Forest Garden Nursery will be closing after our September 28th pick-up day. After six amazing years, Rob and Shantree have decided to dissolve the nursery to pursue different projects.
Shantree will be offering educational programs at The Living Centre (est. 1983). He will continue to share his passion through his mentorships, courses and herb walks all connecting to forest gardening, wild nutrition, rewilding and support the shifting of the paradigm to a regenerative future.
Rob will be working with his wife Julie to offer programs through Willow Creek Permaculture. They intend to offer a day-camp for homeschoolers, workshops, an overnight family camp, and open houses, as well as continuing their homesteading and farming activities.
For those interested in the bulk nut trees and some of the rare and unusual fruit trees, Rob will be importing trees through Willow Creek Permaculture. Details will come soon, but for now, there is some information here.
Thank you to all our wonderful customers, without whom this would not have been possible! It's been excellent getting to know many of you, and we wish you all the best.
This is your last chance to get grafted pawpaws through us, and they are rare to find available in Ontario. We also have several other trees available, including some single hazelnuts, nut pines, and chestnuts.
Herbs and Berries Aplenty
This is also your last chance to stock up on the many medicinal and culinary herbs, as well as perennial vegetables, and berry shrubs that we offer. Browse through our online catalog to see if there's anything you just have to have!
If you have questions or want to talk to me about your nut tree/forest garden/permaculture project for advice, send me an email at email@example.com. I’m not going to up-sell you or try to sell you trees if I don’t think your project is ready - usually the best way to start a project is with a lot of observation.