WELCOME TO THE FOREST GARDEN
Botanigals native plant nursery, botanical studio, and permaculture gardens operate amidst forested hillside and wetland between the Townships of Lake of Bays and Algonquin Highlands.
Our native plant nursery knows wild—with 20 years of experience and research in the field. We use indigenous genetics, local seed sources, regionally sourced species from our botany peer group, and safe soils.
From our family to yours—please enjoy your experience with us, knowing that our products support balanced ecosystems, of which people are a part. We live and grow wild, with the health of our forest friends and our watersheds at heart.
Companion recipes for our line of Odd Spice Mixes + Botanical Infused Wild Salts live here.
We work with and for the plant and wildlife communities that exist here over the Canadian Shield – the foundation of Muskoka and Haliburton, Ontario, Canada
LET YOUR IMAGINATION RUN WILD
Herbal products from our woodland apothecary are ethically and sustainably harvested from our permaculture gardens beneath the canopy of 200 acres of mixed conifer and hardwood forest. We cultivate our harvest and do not take the lives of any of the plants that give us their good medicine.
BOTANIGAL IN THE WILD
Rebecca’s history of engaging with and educating her community has gained her local recognition
Rebecca Krawczyk is an environmental horticulturist and ecological interpreter by trade specializing in native plants, ecological and shoreline gardens, ethnobotany (plant food, medicine, and utility), and the wild lands and inhabitants found in and around Algonquin Park. Read about her extensive formal education and the ecological services she provides in the regions of Parry Sound, Muskoka, Haliburton and the Kawartha Lakes.
- Botanigals Thrifty Tricks: How to make a Homesticker’s Leafy Greens Garden.
- Prickly Pear Pause
- Adaptation: A delicious Canadian version of Manousheh with Canadian Zaatar.
- Waterfront Style is Wild: The Hottest Trends in Shoreline Fashion
- Muskoka Trails Council Blog Project: Ski Through an Historical OMNR Garden BRACEBRIDGE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SKI TRAILS