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.

District 1 Annual General Meeting


We’ll be Zoomin together on April 17. The Zoom will start at 8:45 am; you can stay in your pajamas The program will start at 9:00am We will have A business meeting. An exercise break with Heather Pasco. Larry Hodgson, The Laidback Gardener will speak to us about the 20 perennials you MUST grow before you die. Door Prizes, […]


April Virtual Speaker


Woolwich Gardeners presents speakers Sharon and John Bowler "Small Gardens" (sharing their Grimsby garden, a tapestry of tranquil spaces and moments - colours, textures, sounds and scents using unusual garden hardscaping and plantings). Zoom link will be sent to members. Your $12 membership fee will give you access to all our speakers this year, plus events […]

Garden Chat: A Walk in the Woods
 — Don Farwell


Garden Chats are informal presentations that encourage audience questions and comments.  They are open exclusively to Garden Stratford Members and Master Gardeners.  Visit and the Garden Stratford Facebook page for information about registration.

Guest Speaker: Growing Veggies in Small Spaces
 — Cheryl Losch


Cheryl Losch is a London Master Gardener, author of garden writing such as DANDELIONS: WEED OR WONDER?  The event is open to 2020 and 2021 Garden Stratford members who will receive email instructions about Zoom registration. Also see the Garden Stratford Facebook page and for information about Zoom and Garden Stratford membership (still just $15 […]



Attention: This ZOOM presentation is limited to only Belleville Garden Club members. Please contact: for those interested in becoming a member.  Christene will talk to us about how her love of gardening has led her to open a store in Belleville devoted to all things succulent! Located at  191 Dundas Street East Unit 3, […]

“Small Gardens can Yield Large Vegetable Harvests” – Ken Brown


Ken Brown is a horticultural consultant, writer and photographer.  Ken worked as the Superintendent of Horticulture at the Toronto Zoo when it was being planned and built, where he was responsible for the planning and planting of all the indoor gardens and the overseeing of the outdoor landscaping contractors. In a space of their own and interspersed […]