Native plants are so named because they grow naturally and thrive in BC. They can withstand pretty much any condition and have existed for generations, outlasting unsavoury soil conditions, sweltering heat, rough winds, and frosty winters. Once established in your garden, your native plants will survive even the toughest rainfalls and will be some of the most disease-resistant plants in your yard.
From an ecological perspective, these plants help turn our yards into beautiful, functional, and humane landscapes that give back to a diverse community of plant life. They work to sustain other wildlife, like our bee and butterfly populations. All you have to do is give your native plants an occasional watering and sufficient sunlight; then, they can take it from there.