Your Community Gardening Society

“Where Gardeners come to Bloom”  We meet at the Nestleton Hall the first Tuesday of every month, except for March which will be the second Tuesday, at 7:30pm. There are no meetings in January and February.

Membership is open to anyone who loves learning how to start a garden in any container or plot of land to any seasoned gardener who wishes to expand their knowledge, all in a warm and friendly environment.

For the low price of $15 single membership, $20 family (two adults at the same address) you will get far more out of the meetings with speakers, seasonal gardening tips and more.


Currently all of our ‘in real life’ programs are on hold due to COVID 19.

Check out our April floral entries, see the ‘photos’ tab on top. Here is our winner in the pot et fleur ‘Easter Basket’ arrangements, by Linda Brunton:

Trillium, from the Ontario Horticultural Association

Click here for Trillium: https://gardenontario.org/wp-content/uploads/2020
Have a look at the Toronto Botanical Garden’s magazine:
https://issuu.com/torontobotanicalgarden/docs/trellis_spring_2021_april_8_rev1

Check out the University of Guelph here: https://www.uoguelph.ca/arboretum

Check out April activities at the Toronto Botanical Garden: https://torontobotanicalgarden.ca/learn/family-programs/gardening-with-kids/



Mark Cullen’s website has some gift ideas for gardeners. If you look in the left hand column, you can even sign up for his free newsletter.
http://markcullen.com/

Here’s a great site to answer many of your questions, in a down-to-earth way.

Check it out: https://www.gardening-enjoyed.com/

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Join us! Here is our registration form:

Visit The Toronto Botanical Garden! https://torontobotanicalgarden.ca/

Lee Valley’s article on dividing perennials:

https://www.leevalley.com/en-ca/discover/articles/gardening/2020/april/dividing-perennials?utm_source=200417-Gard-CA-EN&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=PM200417-GardImplied-Restoring-Vigor-in-the-Garden