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.

Successful Vegetable Gardening

Fairfield Seniors Center, 80 Lothian Avenue 80 Lothian Avenue, Etobicoke

Presentation by Julia Dimakos - details to follow

Tracing the Roots on a Native Plant

Fairfield Seniors Center, 80 Lothian Avenue 80 Lothian Avenue, Etobicoke

Presentation by Paul LaPorte - details to follow

Soil Essentials with Robert Pavlis – Virtual Meeting

Soil is one of the most important things plants need to grow, and it’s the only one that the gardener can control. Robert will discuss what soil is, how its characteristics affect plants, and what makes good soil. He will also look at soilless options and try to understand how they affect plants. He will […]

Christmas Movie Night

Join us for a virtual tour of Christmas in European countries.  Members only via Zoom.

AGM. Gardening in Newfoundland

Our Annual General Meeting will be held via Zoom to be followed by a live virtual presentation by Timothy Walsh, Nursery Manager and Horticulturalist with the Memorial University (MUN) Botanical Gardens in St. John's, Newfoundland. His presentation will focus on gardening on "The Rock", their unique climate and the challenges it presents, as well as […]

Chris Carrothers – Bach Flowers

Chris is a certified aromatherapy therapist from the Cdn Federation of Aromatherapist and NAHA, who has practiced for 20 years assisting her patients along a natural pathway to health. Part of her therapies is the use of Bach flower remedies for various common health issues. Her goal is to teach us the therapeutic uses beyond […]

Richard Aaron – The Secret Lives of Spring Wildflowers – Part 1

Spring will soon be here and the first wildflowers of the year will start to appear. In this talk, we will survey some of the early-blooming species found in our area, and explore a host of fascinating stories including the little-known backstory of our provincial floral emblem, some unusual pollination, and seed dispersal strategies, the […]

Richard Aaron – The Secret Lives of Spring Flowers – Part 2

In this, the second part of a two-part series, we will continue to explore intriguing stories and little-known facts about our spring flora. Even if you missed Part 1, you will still enjoy this month's talk. You will be introduced to over a dozen wildflower species not covered in the previous talk, while also learning about […]

Gardening in Our Changing Climate, Guest Speaker, Charlie Dobbin

Guest speaker, Charlie Dobbin, will give us an informative look at the effects of a changing climate on our gardens and provide practical advice to help us adapt to the new reality of weather conditions such as dramatic swings in temperature and rainfall. The meeting will be held via Zoom.