Societies in Ontario

Almonte & District Horticultural Society

District 2

About Us

Welcome to the Almonte and District Horticultural Society.
Our mission is to promote education and interest in all areas of horticulture and the beautification of our community.
The Society provides a supportive environment for gardeners of all levels by encouraging the use of eco-friendly horticultural practices to promote the production of food and the conservation of our environment.
Volunteer members plant and maintain public gardens in Almonte including the Almonte Cenotaph, the Almonte Library Garden, Peace Park, the Almonte Downtown Barrels and Urns, the Almonte Arena Bed, the Veteran’s Memorial Walkway and two pots beside the bench at the front of the Almonte Legion.
Under the auspices of the Mississippi Mills Beautification Committee and with the co-operation of the Pakenham Horticultural Society, the Society selects the "Yard of the Week". Members volunteer their time to select entries, photograph them, prepare gift bags for the winner and submit the winning entry to the Canadian Gazette.


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Our general meeting location is:

Cornerstone Community Church
1728 concession 11
Almonte K0A1A0
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The fee to join our society is:

Annual membership fee is $10 per person

Society Contacts:
Title First/Last Name Email Phone
Co-president Carol Alexander carolalexand@gmail.com 6132561071
General Information:

All meetings are held on the fourth Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m., except July and December and statutory holidays, at the (unless noted otherwise).

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Many thanks to our sponsors, Guido and Tanya Patrice of Patrice’s Independent Grocer for offering a 50% discount on annual and perennial plants purchased for our summer beds at The Cenotaph and Veteran’s Memorial Walkway.
Thanks also to the Carleton Place Nursery and Reid’s for 10% discounts on plant/seed/supply purchases for the downtown barrels and urns and the Naismith School vegetable garden.
As well, thanks to the Mississippi Mills Beautification Committee and Lee Valley tools, Almonte for contributions to the gift bags for the Yard of the Week program.
Kudos should also be given to our Welcome Wagon representative, Carolyn Klickermann, for her eager promotion of our Society and to the Canadian Gazette, Millstone News for publishing our events.

Event Schedule:
Event Name Date/Time Location Description
Annual Plant Sale Saturday May 11, 9-12 am Almonte Library Parking Lot Great prices on annuals, perrenials, and gardening accessories

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