Monthly Meeting - Speaker Wayne Pfeiffer "Making Succulent Wreaths or Frames" - demonstration - bring your own succulents and supplies to make your own.
Please welcome our speaker tonight, Melissa Creasey, and discover top native plants for creating beautiful bird friendly gardens. Guests are welcome, free parking, bring a mug for refreshments. There is also a flower show tonight.
In this presentation Brenda will discuss how she created her own native plant prairie garden and show the fascinating bees and some other insects she has learned about since planting native plants. She will explore in some detail the characteristics and life cycles of several native bee species and discuss gardening practices that can help ... Read more
The first meeting of the new season. Renew friendships and meet new people.
Please welcome our speaker tonight, Pat de Valence, and learn inspiration for easy gardening maintenance practices and low maintenance design principles. Guests are welcome, free parking, bring a mug for refreshments, prize draws.
Monthly meeting, potluck and Annual General Meeting Speaker: June Switzer "Edible Flowers"
A frequent speaker in the GTA and Southern Ontario, Helen Battersby's online presentations have reached appreciative audiences from British Columbia to Québec. In addition, as a Toronto Master Gardener for over 17 years, presenting has been her favourite volunteer activity – in person and online – for libraries, clubs, business groups, the Toronto Botanical Garden, ... Read more
Please welcome our speaker tonight, Ailleen Barclay, and discover lawn alternatives that look good and help the environment too. Guests are welcome, free parking, bring a mug for refreshments, prize draws. We are holding our Annual General Meeting tonight.
Mexico is a vast country of tropical jungles, cactus filled deserts, and beach front palm trees. This creates a huge mix of ecosystems, and a wide range of plants to see. No matter which area of Mexico you would like to visit, there are dozens of incredible gardens to visit. Several winters ago landscape designer ... Read more