• Spring Plant Sale at the Toronto Botanical Gardens

    Toronto Master Gardeners will be on hand at the Spring Plant Sale to answer gardening questions and provide gardening advice . The sale is open to the public on Saturday and Sunday, May 11 & 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Included in the selection of plants for sale will be annuals, edibles, herbs, pollinator-friendly plants, shrubs/small trees, and vines.  Native plants, from St. Williams Nursery and Ecology Centre, will also be available. All proceeds support the Toronto ...

  • Mark’s Choice Through the Garden Gate – We’ll be there!

    This year's Mark's Choice Through the Garden Gate, June 8 and June 9, is featuring the Beach neighbourhood.   Toronto Master Gardeners will be on hand at each of the private gardens on the tour to answer your questions on gardening and identifying the plants, shrubs and trees in the gardens. You'll have the opportunity to walk through this beautiful neighbourhood, enjoying the gardens, learning and gathering ideas for your own garden.  A map and garden ...

  • Toronto Master Gardeners’ Talks at Canada Blooms

    Several of the Toronto Master Gardeners will be speaking on various topics at Canada Blooms, March 8 to March 17.   Topics range from Gardening with Children, Matrix Planting, Growing Your Own Food, and many more.  For a complete list of speakers, topics and times, please visit Canada Blooms.  

  • Gardening Kits Available from LEAF

    Looking to start a garden of native shrubs and plants or add to an existing garden?  LEAF makes it easy.  They currently have Native Garden Kits available for purchase.  Choose from Butterfly, Songbird, Native Bee or Shade Thriving kits.  These kits come complete with a selection of perennials, shrubs, mulch, design options and tips to succeed. Small and large kits are available. The kits are available to Toronto, Ajax and York Region residents.  For further information ...

  • Toronto Master Gardener’s Free Advice Clinic at TBG Get the Jump on Spring/Seedy

    Get ready for the upcoming growing season at Toronto Botanical Garden’s Get the Jump on Spring & Seedy Saturday, February 23, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. With 30+ exhibitors, free talks, demonstrations, seed swap, and free advice clinic with the Toronto Master Gardeners. Admission is free and free parking.  A $2.00 donation is appreciated. For full details, visit the Toronto Botanical Gardens here.  

  • Free Advice from Master Gardeners at Canada Blooms, March 8-17

    Expert Master Gardeners will be standing by to answer your gardening questions every single day at Canada’s largest flower and garden show, Canada Blooms, in the Direct Energy Building at Exhibition Place, Toronto. Toronto Master Gardeners will join Master Gardeners from throughout the province to answer your gardening questions. Every day from Friday March 8 through Sunday March 17,  Master Gardeners will be on hand at an Advice Clinic in the main feature garden area, and at ...

  • Master Gardeners will be at the Scarborough Seedy Saturday and Green Fair

    The Toronto Master Gardeners will be on hand at the Scarborough Seedy Saturday and Green Fair on March 30th, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to answer your gardening questions. With over 60 tables, come and learn how to live more sustainably, exchange seeds with other seed savers, buy heirloom and organic seeds or attend a workshop. The location is Blessed Cardinal Newman High School, 100 Brimley Road South. For more ...

  • Your Trees & Holiday Lights

    Nothing lights up the season and our neighbourhoods like beautiful lights wrapped around the trees during the holidays. However, did you know the lights can cause the tree permanent damage and even be fatal to the tree unless the lights are properly managed? The folks at LEAF want to advise that leaving the lights on the trees can cause girdling. Beneath the bark of a tree is a ...

  • Cannabis – It is Legal to Grow Your Own

    As everyone knows, on October 17th Cannabis is now legal and, yes, you can grow your own.  You can grow up to 4 plants for your own use.  The Master Gardeners of Ontario have prepared a document on How to Grow Cannibas that will assist you with relevant information to get you started.  If you have further questions, please use the Ask a Master Gardener section of our website to submit your questions ...

  • Six Reasons To NOT Clean Up the Garden This Year

    There was a time that when fall came, we'd all head out to the garden and start cutting back plants and cleaning out the garden of leaf debris, old stems, etc.  It would look all neat and tidy, ready for spring.   That was then but today we know better.  There are many beneficial reasons to let the garden stay as it is until spring.  Savvy Gardening provides us with six reasons to not clean ...

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