In Search of the Ancients

The Ancient Black Tupelos

Sometimes you can’t see the forest for the trees. Such was the case of the ancient Black Tupelos aged 400 – 500 years old. We purposely waited till the Fall so that we could see their brightly colored leaves on the forest floor. A great harvest day. Very excited about this years germination. To see the full story, follow the link.

Black Tupelo leaves
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Marion Robertson

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<p>Marion has always had a love for native plants. When she realized native Ontario plants were starting to go extinct, she started collecting their seeds and growing new trees in their family tree nursery, in essence, saving the plant species.</p>