At this time, events are being scheduled but may change without much notice depending on current covid-19 restrictions. Please check with the organizer for any you are interested in to get the most uptodate information.
Denouncing the belief that gardening season starts in spring and ends in summer, Sean will show us how to ensure our gardens continue to be interesting through autumn and winter. His timely presentation includes month-by-month tips and photos of plants and plant combinations that make an impact beyond summer. Master Gardener Sean James, owner of […]
Experienced speakers with a passion for gardening, the owners of Botanus, a Vancouver-based mail-order company give regular presentations throughout the year which have included such prestigious stages as Canada Blooms and the BC Home & Garden Show as well as many local gardening clubs and horticultural societies. Their image-rich presentations are not only informative but […]
Burlington Horticultural Society general meeting with speaker Doug Whitty - owner and president of 13th Street Winery on the history of the winery and the art of wine making. **note** the meeting will be via Zoom. Send an email to email@example.com for an invitation if you are not already a BHS member.
Scarborough Garden & Horticultural Society Zoom Meeting: Transforming the hydro corridor in Scarborough into 16km of urban greenspace and meadowlands. It will become one of Canada's largest linear urban parks filled with butterflies, birds, wildflowers. Pedestrians and Cyclists will travel through nature from downtown Toronto to Rouge Ntl. Urban Park. Presented by Chris Cormack- Site […]
Helena Moncrieff is a writer, professor, former radio journalist, and lifelong city dweller. Her writing has appeared in Best Health magazine, the Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail and many in-house publications. Helena was inspired to write about city fruit trees after seeing the bounty her daughter brought home from volunteer expeditions with Not Far […]
This self guided, driving tour show cases the most beautiful gardens and properties in and around Schomberg. The gardens range from small in-town gardens to large estates. Come and explore the breathtaking vistas of King Township, explore our small shops and restaurants on Main Street and experience the warm welcome, extended by our residents. In […]
Agincourt Garden Club Zoom Meeting - you are invited to join the meeting and the Club Agenda 5 minute hello to see each other's faces and wave hello Headliner: Gloria Broks will treat us to her presentation on Water Gardens from Around the World Club Business For more info: Contact Cheryl Penner, firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-414-7704
Attention: The Zoom presentation is limited to only Chinguacousy Garden Club members. Contact email@example.com for those interested in becoming a member. Sep 14, 2021 Terry Kennedy Orchids Special guest speaker will be Terry Kennedy from Orchids in Our Tropics, a greenhouse in Gormley, Ont. A past president of the Southern Ontario Orchid Society and an […]
Please join our guest speaker tonight as she talks about "Gardening for Birds". Learn how to use plants to encourage birds to nest and feed in your yard. This is a Zoom meeting. Please email Brenda for membership info firstname.lastname@example.org. An annual membership is $20/person or $25/couple.
Virtual Flower show, short announcements meeting then a presentation by Larry Hodgson "Making the Most of Shade Gardens. Non-members should send a $5 e-transfer fee to email@example.com to receive Zoom link. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for other details.
Silent and Live auction of Plants, Preserves, Pies and more. Silent auction from 10 am to noon. Live auction at noon. Located at 15 Sinclair St., Belleville. Rain or Shine. Cash or credit cards accepted. Covid protocols in place.
“Treasures of the Ottawa Valley” Summary Not all treasures are silver and gold. In recent years, more and more floral gems are being found here in the Ottawa Valley: elusive double Trilliums, incredible colored Trillium variants, revered double hepaticas, gargantuan bloodroots, and many more marvelous beauties. The presentation, a virtual tour of the valley, will cover the […]
We are back! After many long months of cancelled meetings, we are very happy to have Bill Ross, Jr from Ross Nurserymen speak to us about his recommendations for fall garden maintenance and the best bulbs to plant now for Spring. The Ross family have over 150 years of experience in the nursery and landscaping […]
Guest Speaker: Shane Lambert ~ "Fungi & Outdoor Log Cultivation"
Perennial pots of plants for purchase! Stratford Public Library is playing host to Garden Stratford and their “pay what you can” plant sale! Hostas, daylilies, iris, astilbe, native pollinators, and more, all potted up and ready to be selected for your own yard. Suggested donation $5 -$10 per pot, proceeds to the Library Garden Project. […]
Garden Stratford - PLANT SALE Sept. 25, 10am- noon Stratford Public Library Part of Garden Culture Day https://www.stratford.library.on.ca/culture Garden Culture Day | Stratford Public Library Stratford Public Library is playing host to Garden Stratford and their “pay what you can” plant sale! Giant and mini Hostas, daylilies, iris, astilbe, native pollinators, and more, all potted up […]
CHS is pleased to present guest speaker Neil Turnbull, Landscape Architect hosting from his Hedgerow Farm location. Neil will present "Gardening in a Rapidly Warming World". This unique opportunity is limited to current CHS Members and a few Horticultural Society members. Neil brings a wealth of experience, education and knowledge from his 35+ years as […]
Topic is Saving Annuals = Annual Savings - A Presentation and Demonstration Speaker : Alice Mainland IN PERSON - NEW LOCATION - ARMY NAVY HALL on Lorne St Stratford just east of Hwy 7 (Erie St) *** Must have Proof of Vaccination to enter
Trish Symons is an expert gardener and popular speaker. Join us by Zoom on this night for the lively presentation "Magical Moments in the Garden." Memberships $15.00 (January - December) Due to limited space Members Only
This talk and demonstration by OHS member and Master Gardener Rebecca Last will describe ways to preserve the harvest. It will cover drying (drying herbs; dehydration of fruits and vegetables); cooking; canning (preserves – jams, jellies, chutneys); vinegars; freezing; and curing. Rebecca has been gardening on and off since age 8, and has been a […]