Darren Heimbecker will talk about Whistling Gardens in the third stop of virtual cross-country tour of botanical gardens by Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society.
As a Landscape Designer, Marina Dimitriadis collaborates with her clients to ensure designs are in harmony with special needs. One memorable client request was to reduce the number of plants in a design to accommodate a child’s severe allergies. Marina researched allergy causing plants and found Thomas Leo Ogren’s system for combating allergens based on […]
Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society presents the Year of the Garden Open Gates. This self-guided tour includes 6 private and 4 public gardens and showcases some of Richmond Hill Blooms past winners. Admission $15. Visit https://rhgahs.wildapricot.org/event-4840247 to download your ticket and map. Ticket Prices: Individual tickets are $15 each Bring a guest! Second ticket […]
More and more North Americans are planting fruit trees in their gardens, in parks and on company land. But, often new growers are disappointed. Without proper care, young fruit trees are vulnerable to pest and disease problems and may produce poor quality fruit. What many new growers don’t realize is that in order to thrive, […]
Join us on a photographic tour and learn about the back stories of the beautiful gardens our dedicated volunteers maintain at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, Mill Pond, Hill House Hospice, and the Richmond Hill Heritage Centre. Guest speakers are society members Nancy Andrews, Dinah Gibbs, Sally Hossain, and Heather Ann Lowry. […]