Burd-Kroft Propagation is a wholesale propagation nursery located 30 minutes west of London Ontario in the township of Strathroy-Caradoc. Owned and operated by married couple Kody Van der Kroft and Pamela Burdick. Burd-Kroft Propagation has been propagating since 2009.  In addition to propagating ornamental liners, Burd-Kroft Propagation also supplies Curly Willow, Pussy Willow and Dogwood branches for Winter Arrangements to garden centres and florists. In 2020, Burd-Kroft Propagation opened a seasonal garden centre. The garden centre is opened in the months of May through to September, November and December.


COVID-19 alert: Burd-Kroft Propagation is continuing to maintain all the plants during this critical time. All measures have been taken to protect the health of all customers. When visiting our facility, please wear a mask and maintain 2m distance. If a mask can not be worn, please email or phone to arrange no contact curbside pick up. Burd-Kroft Propagation wishes for everyone to stay safe. Burd-Kroft Propagation also would like to thank the health care workers, grocery store workers, truck drivers, custodians, mail couriers, personal support workers and many more essential workers who support Canadians everyday. We are all in this together!

Burd-Kroft Propagation propagates approximately 145 varieties ornamental plants such as Barberries, Buddlejas,  Quinces, Dogwoods, Euonymus, Forsythias, Grasses, Hibiscus, Hydrangeas, Magnolias, Potentillas,  Spireas, Weigelas and many more.  In addition, various varieties of Taxus and Cedars are propagated.  Liners are made in an Ellepot with dimensions of 6.25cm x 6.25cm x 7.50cm (2.5" x 2.5" x 3"). This size is equivalent to a 2.5" pot. There are 32 liners per tray.  All evergreen cuttings are bare-rooted. Some customers have planted  Willow and Buddleja liners into 1 gals which became saleable in the fall of the same year. Most customers will pot the liners directly into a 2 gal pot. 

Burd-Kroft Propagation has acquired the license to propagate Hibiscus syriacus 'Carpa' Show Time TM CPBR #4283.   Hibiscus Show Time TM has green with yellow and white variegated foliage.  It has soft lavender double flowers with a bold red center. Burd-Kroft Propagation is the sole nursery in Canada allowed to propagate this unique variegated Rose of Sharon (as seen below).

Burd-Kroft Propagation liners require one year to establish roots and growth, therefore customers are asked to order one year in advance. The due date assigned is based on the best time to make all varieties of cuttings. Some varieties need to be made in late June or early July. Burd-Kroft Propagation will make extra cuttings for all the varieties that have been ordered by customers, however, to increase the chance that everyone receives the plants that they want, Pam and Kody ask that orders be placed by the due date. A tentative availability is posted throughout the winter months of the surplus of liners.  Customers are welcome to order from the availability at any time throughout the year.  Plants will be shipped at the end of May (decrease chance of frost), however, if customers have heated greenhouses then there is a possibility of plants being shipped earlier.

 Burd-Kroft Propagation is an approved facility of the CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency) Canadian Japanese Beetle    Greenhouse Plant Program and is certified under the CFIA Canadian Barberry Certification Program.                                                            
 Kody and Pam are always searching for new varieties to meet their customers needs without sacrificing quality. Customers are      invited to request varieties that are not listed in the catalogue.  In addition, if you are unfamiliar with some of the plants in the     catalogue, please feel free to contact Kody and Pam and they will do their best to answer any questions.

24640 Melbourne Road  ::  Strathroy, Ontario  ::  Office Mobile: 226-234-6052  ::  Mobile: 226-234-6253  ::  E-mail: kp@burdkroftpropagation.ca