Join us as naturalist David Hawke teaches us about the mushrooms you are seeing in the forest this fall. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register to receive the link.
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.
Guest speaker, Ronna Mogelon. Presentation on “Wild edibles in our backyard” How to identify, cook and eat our native wild plants.
Join the Creemore Horticultural Society's October meeting by Zoom to learn from Cathy Kavassalis, Master Gardener and conservationist, about the extensive, exciting, and functional choices for Small Trees in Small Spaces. Often called the backbone of a garden, trees and shrubs give a yard structure and form. They provide year-round beauty while improving our environment […]
A meeting of all members of the Arthur and District Horticultural Society 8631 County Road 14
Speaker and a virtual flower show and photography competition.
Join us online for an introductory session on saving vegetable and flower seeds. Learn the basics of the when and how of seed collection and storage. Presented by East Gwillimbury Gardeners, hosted by the East Gwillimbury Public Library and the Seed Library. To register: https://egsaveseeds.eventbrite.ca/
Subscribers to Ken’s Dallying in the Dirt newsletter are treated regularly to humorous stories and beautiful images featuring Ken’s garden, including spring, when the garden is colourfully ablaze for months from bulbs planted during a couple of weekends each autumn. In tonight’s presentation, we will have an opportunity to virtually visit Ken’s springtime garden, as […]
Continuing with its cross-Canada look at Canadian Gardens, the Etobicoke Horticultural Society welcomes Karen Achenback, Horticultural Manager of the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens, who will give us a virtual tour of the 17-acre gardens. Overlooking a tidal river valley, the Historic Gardens are a premiere Nova Scotia attraction, showcasing gardening methods, designs, and materials representing […]
Scarborough Garden & Horticultural Society will be holding their Annual General Meeting plus a presentation by Rosemary Passafiume-MacLean via Zoom. Rosemary is a member of the Garden Club of Toronto, an accredited judge and experienced floral designer who has taught at TBG, Momiji Centre and design workshops for our society.