Presentations researched, prepared and delivered by Toronto Master Gardeners are a a valuable and enjoyable learning opportunity for community and work groups. We are always interested in partnering with like-minded organizations to provide information to the gardening public. You can find out about our presentations here.
Our Gardening Guides provide introductory information on many topics, including organic approaches to controlling pests and diseases. You can find them here.
In fact, we worked with the City of Toronto to prepare a whole series of useful Go Natural guides to organic gardening, which you can find here.
If you are a balcony or container gardener, you might like to view the Blooming Our Balconies guide we prepared in partnership with Toronto Balconies Bloom. You can find it here.
In addition to information available in our Gardening Guide, Drought Tolerant Perennials, we recommend the City of Toronto online resource, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, which provides an overview of the subject, extensive plant lists and additional references.
Wondering about the content of your soil? We recommend the City of Toronto’s Guide for Soil Testing in Urban Gardens, which outlines a step-by-step process you can follow. Click here to read or print it. Josephine Archbold is the City Of Toronto contact for questions about the soil: firstname.lastname@example.org. The University of Guelph’s Agriculture and Food Laboratory information can be found here.