Interested in Becoming a Master Gardener?

Two upcoming information sessions will give you an opportunity to find out more about the Master Gardener-in-Training program and have your questions answered by our Recruitment and Training Team. Registration required.

Tuesday October 26, 7-8pm

Saturday October 30, 10-11am

Watch one of our informative YouTube videos

To view our complete video library, please visit our YouTube channel.

HOW WE'RE HELPING GARDENERS DURING COVID-19:

While we can't meet you in person until the health crisis ends, our volunteers are still active and available to assist you online.

We are currently offering virtual advice clinics, presentations and workshops via Zoom. Here are just a few of the many presentations we offer:

Spring Awakenings  |  Growing from Seed  |  Houseplants: Our Constant Garden  |  Landscaping with Trees and Large Shrubs

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Gardening Tips

Throughout the year, Toronto Master Gardeners post brief gardening tips on this site to help you with your seasonal gardening tasks.

 

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Fall Cleanup that you Don't Have To Do!
October 27, 2021, 12:00-12:30pm
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Fall is a great time to start creating habitat in your gardens for stem-nesting bees. Check out this wonderful diagram by Heather Holm (Bee and Pollinator Books by Heather Holm), Elaine Evans and Colleen Satyshur (University of MN Bee Lab), and Sarah Foltz-Jordan (The Xerces Society) to help get you started! For a full sized PDF of this diagram visit: bit.ly/3lEtx0D ... See MoreSee Less
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It may be tempting to transport leaves from your city garden to your cottage garden or vice versa but resist the temptation. Transporting leaves from one location to another may also transport a disease or pest that exists in one location but not in another. ... See MoreSee Less
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If you’re decorating your outside spaces and gardens this Halloween, please consider the impacts to local wildlife. Avoid using materials that can trap or tangle birds and other animals.Reminder from Ontario Owls ... See MoreSee Less
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