5941 Mason Road, Sechelt, BC  |  SUMMER HOURS: Friday – Tuesday, 11am – 4pm  |  Admission: $5.00/person – Members always welcome

 Situated in the shíshálh Nation territory on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, we invite you to become acquainted with the native plants of this region, learn about the supported ecosystems and be inspired by what you discover.

Spring Hours

Friday: 11am – 4pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm
Sunday: 11am – 4pm
Monday: 11am – 4pm
Tuesday: 11am – 4pm
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: Closed


5941 Mason Rd
Sechelt, BC V7Z 0N4


Birds this month

Small finch. Sharply pointed bill is pink in summer, grayish-brown in winter. Small head, long wings, and short, notched tail. Adult males in spring and summer are bright yellow with black forehead and wings
The male American Goldfinch is easy to spot with its bold yellow body, pointed pink, conical bill and black forehead. Goldfinches fly with a bouncy, undulating pattern and often call in flight, drawing attention to themselves.  

What’s in Bloom

A photo of a trout lily in a mixed garden bed with sword ferns, mosses, and soil covered i leaf mould mulch. Its deep green, glossy leaves, which begin in a unique rosebud-like cluster. Each stem can grow to 12" and produces 3-5  lily-like flowers which hang facing down. The yellow blooms have pointed petals that curve upwards to reveal long, yellow stamens.

The Joy (and aroma) of Harvesting Garlic

After the hot week we had, it's time to harvest garlic! Our Veggie Garden volunteers harvested several kinds of garlic last Thursday and the bulbs will be cured for a few weeks before being cleaned and bagged; look for them for sale during Harvest Festival on...

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Path conditions

UPDATED: April 29, 2024
Path conditions are good.

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A photo of a caucasian woman wearing a long-sleeve gray shirt, a blue knit toque and brown pants. She is standing in a farm field, and smiling as she holds is a bundle of carrots in each hand.

Fiesta Botánica - August 7th

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