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We take the job of Afforestation very seriously.

Whether it's the seedlings, the service or the professional advice, Somerville Seedlings will ensure you have the right seedlings as you make your "little corner of the world" a better place for future generations. We are proud not only of our products, but of the strong kinship promoted between Somerville Seedlings and its customers. As we continue to strengthen our product quality and integrity, and help our community partners make the best decisions they can while improving the environment around us.

We thank our customers who are already involved and working with us on a few of these initiatives. We all know how important it is to collaborate, encourage each other and invite others who share our common interests.

Where it all Begins!

Somerville Seedlings produces native tree seedlings grown from local seed sources so you know you're getting the best suited trees for your property!

Where it all begins!

Somerville Seedlings produces native tree seedlings grown from local seed sources so you know you're getting the best suited trees for your property!

Where it all Begins!

Somerville Seedlings produces native tree seedlings grown from local seed sources so you know you're getting the best suited trees for your property!


Featured Products


Slow growing, medium sized tree. Grows best on acidic loamy, moist soils. Moderate tolerance towards salt and shade. Good for ornamental plantings and priv

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​Usually the Hackberry forms a medium-sized tree, thirty to fifty feet in height, with a slender trunk. It prefers rich moist soil, but will grow on gravel

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Medium to large tree. Grows best on loamy, moist soils. Lower tolerance to shade and heavy soils than white spruce. Fastest growing of the spruces common

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Fast growing, large tree. Grows best in sandy well drained acidic soils. Very low shade tolerance. Good for pulpwood and lumber.

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Ontario produces a million trees a year, and the provincial holiday lands on the first Saturday of December.

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