The Honey Tree Nursery

We grow Trees for you!

The Honey Tree Nursery


The Honey Tree Nursery, where you're always at home!

We grow and sell mostly flowering ornamental native and non-native trees, shrubs, seedlings and plants that will survive on PEI and rest of the Maritimes.  However, we do push the limits to test cold hardiness on various borderline trees. For example we grow cold hardy Banana and have it come back year after year with protection.
We mostly specialize in ornamental and flowering trees. However, we do grow non-flowering unique and interesting species as well, such as the exotic looking Butternut tree and some evergreens. We also experiment with success in growing some indoor and Bonsai varieties like the Silk tree.
We have a large selection of Magnolias and Japanese Maples some of which I grow from seed!
Furthermore, some of what we sell can be seen and purchased online, or email (also under our contact us page for orders) or call us at 902-836-2044 to visit the nursery and see what we have. We are open everyday 4:00pm-8pm and Saturdays 9am-8pm and Sundays 9am-8pm!!!  We are located at 24202 Hwy 2, Norboro, PEI, C0B 1M0. Call in advance to ensure we are home (usually we are).
Our location: 
24202 Hwy 2, Norboro, PEI (Canada)  
902-836-2044. Or me Kevin at 902-439-6104 (cell).

Plus our hours of operation are 4:00pm -8pm during season! Monday's from April-June we are open all day long. Always open weekends starting May 16th.
Call or email if unsure. 
Sorry we cannot ship to the United States, we only ship across Canada at the moment! Yes we are looking into shipping to the US within a few years.
Spring is here and that means time to come in or go online and order for your 2015 gardening season!

If you  have lost a loved one we are here to help you plant a memory, with a commemorative tree or shrub. 

 The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way. Some see nature as ridicule and deformity... and some scarce see nature at all. But to the eyes of the man of imagination, nature is imagination itself.
William Blake, poet, engraver, and painter (1757-1827)
Our moto is "We grow Trees for You!" meaning that if we don't have it we will get it, just ask!

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