Get ready for Fall Gardening in Riverdale!
Proceeds will go towards Keeping Ontario Beautiful™ by way of providing awards, grants, and education just to name a few.
The Ontario Horticultural Association is a volunteer, charitable organization that encourages interest in gardening and related environmental issues with Societies, Garden Clubs and likeminded organizations by providing leadership, education, recognition and grants.
Ursula Eley gave a wonderful, informative, and inspiring presentation on Wednesday, September 14, 2002. A summary of her top bulb pics is now available in a downloadable PDF.
This Fall we offer hybrid meetings (virtual & in-person) once a month to learn from experts in the fields of horticulture & landscaping, ecology, floral design, and more! Our meetings include presentations by experts, photo competitions, and the opportunity to ask questions and share knowledge in a welcoming community.
GUESTS ARE WELCOME! We will be holding hybrid meetings (over Zoom and in-person) for the safety and comfort of our members. To participate, email us at email@example.com
October 12, 2022
Topic: Welcoming Wildlife into our Gardens
Speaker: Ashley Bramwell from the Toronto Wildlife Centre
Regular meeting at Frankland C.C. at 7 p.m. with a mini-flower show
November 9, 2022
Topic: Lessons I've Learned in the Garden
Speaker: James Graham
Regular meeting at Frankland C.C. at 7 p.m. with a mini-flower sho
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Look at information from past presentations by our expert speakers!
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During the summer months, we care for a pollinator garden in Withrow Park. Tended to by volunteers, we have fun while helping to beautify Riverdale.
Participate in tours of
Direct access to growers!
Take part in plant sales at RHS and local clubs.
Our members include new gardeners to experts. Whether you have plants on a window sill or balcony, participate in a community garden, or have a yard of your own, everyone has something to learn and contribute. Most of all, we love to share stories and friendships.
Membership is $20/year single or $25/year family
Thank you to Lisa Kiss for the beautiful logo. Riverdale Horticultural Society was founded in 1916 during the Great War. We use a poppy in our logo to commemorate those who fought for the freedoms we enjoy today.
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