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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Home
    Descriptive info: .. HOME.. NEWS.. SOCIETIES.. ALPHABETICAL LIST.. GEOGRAPHICALLY.. DISTRICTS.. CONVENTION.. UPCOMING.. COMPETITIONS.. PREVIOUS.. COMPETITION RESULTS.. COMPETITION PHOTOS.. REPORT.. FUTURE.. EVENTS.. FEATURED.. SEARCH.. CALENDAR.. SUPPORTERS.. GARDEN CIRCLE.. LOCAL.. EDUCATION.. ABOUT OHA.. ANNUAL REPORT.. CURRENT.. ARCHIVE.. COMMITTEES.. CONSERVATION.. FUNDRAISING.. IN MEMORIAM.. YOUTH.. JUDGING.. CONTACT US.. JOIN US.. LEADERSHIP.. MEMBER BENEFITS.. OHA IN ACTION.. ORGANIZATION.. CONSTITUTION.. HISTORY.. LEGISLATION.. RESOURCES.. AWARDS BOOKLET.. FORMS.. TRILLIUM INSERTS.. GRAPHICS.. INFO & RESOURCES.. LINKS.. MANUALS.. INSURANCE.. IDEA BANK.. SPEAKERS.. SPEAKER REGISTRATION.. SHOP.. SUPPLIES LIST.. ORDER FORM.. Find An Event.. Find A Local Society.. Get the latest issue of the Trillium Newsletter.. Custom Search.. 2004-2012 Ontario Horticultural Association.. Privacy Statement.. E-mail the.. Webmaster.. The Ontario Horticultural Association is.. Keeping Ontario Beautiful.. The Ontario Horticultural Association is a volunteer, charitable organization whose mission is to provide leadership and assist in the promotion of education and interest in all areas of horticulture and related environmental issues in Ontario, through an expanding network of horticultural societies dedicated to the beautification of their communities.. The Ontario Horticultural Association pursues its mission by:.. Providing grants for trees and community beautification projects  ...   the.. Trillium newsletter.. , the.. Rain Barrel Booklet.. and the Ontario Judging Standards.. The Ontario Horticultural Association depends on the support of its members and charitable donations to carry out its work.. You are encouraged to support the OHA as a.. volunteer.. with a horticultural society or with a.. charitable donation.. Societies Are.. There are 282 Horticultural Societies in Ontario working on projects to Keep Ontario Beautiful.. The projects include a wide variety of activities like beautifying local parks, planting boxes in downtown areas, and creating and maintaining public gardens around government buildings, hospitals, health and hospice centres.. Examples of these projects can be found here.. Our Vision.. The OHA will create a supportive environment for gardeners of all ages.. We will foster the growth of our member societies and encourage the use of eco-friendly horticultural practices to promote the production of food, the beautification of our communities and the conservation of our environment.. Educational Opportunities.. New Content:.. Successful Gardening Show 2014 OHA Floral Design & Plant Competition Information.. Trillium Newsletter Winter 2013/2014 (pdf 4.. 8MB)..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Online Newsletter
    Descriptive info: Online Newsletter.. In My Garden.. In My Neighbourhood.. Education.. Info & Resources.. Links.. Home.. Gardenshare.. Successful Gardening Show 2014 OHA Floral Design & Plant Competition.. by.. SUCCESSFUL GARDENING 2014.. What do the Electric Slide, Bollywood and Rock Roll have in common? Not only are they dances but classes in the Design Division of the Ontario Horticultural Association s 22nd Annual Floral Design and Plant Competition at the Successful Gardening Show, March 6.. th.. to 9.. th.. , 2014.. You may have guessed our theme - Let s Dance.. As always, exhibitors and visitors can expect a terrific competition, so put your best foot forward and check out The Twist , Minute Waltz and Square Dance.. These classes, along with several others, will inspire your creativity and show off your floral design skills.. If you love shoes, now s your chance to create your own floral Dancing Shoe.. Remember to pre-register early, as space is limited.. If your talents run more to a green thumb, there are 60 classes in the Horticultural Division featuring Begonias, Pelargoniums (Geraniums), African Violets/Gesnariads, Cacti and Succulents as well as a variety of other houseplants, special exhibits and outdoor flowering  ...   booth or just come visit and enjoy the show, the speakers and the daily demos of Simple Floral Design for Your Home and A Gift of Plants and Flowers.. To volunteer, please contact Barb O Malley, Volunteer Coordinator, at (905) 278-1958 or email:.. tom.. omalley@sympatico.. ca.. If you ve never participated before, please let me know and I ll be happy to assist.. Let s make this show a success together.. Heinke Thiessen.. Successful Gardening - OHA Show Committee Chair.. For more Information click on the links below.. The Schedule.. Design Entry Form.. Horticulture Entry Form.. If you need more information on this competition, please contact:.. heinkesg@gmail.. com.. 905-820-4751.. (2013-12-07).. OHA Trillium Newsletter Winter 2013/2014.. OHA.. Trillium Fall Newsletter 2013.. OHA Summer Trillium Newsletter 2013.. OHA Spring Trillium 2013.. Annual Reporting for Horticultural Societies.. Humber Nurseries Coupons.. The OHA's Newsletter, the Trillium.. Highlights of the OHA Spring 2012 Board Meeting.. Partners and Funding, finding external sources for horticultural society project funds.. OHA Rolls Out The Barrel.. New pins for long serving horticultural society members.. OHA's Strategic Plan - March 2012.. Past President Carol Dunk Receives an Award.. OHA On Twitter and Facebook.. 2004 Garden Ontario..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Find a Society Alphabetically
    Descriptive info: Find a Society.. Alphabetically.. by geographic District.. Districts.. Find a Society Alphabetically.. Find a Society Alphabetically.. Display by:.. Society Name.. Location.. |.. A.. B.. C.. D.. E.. F.. G.. H.. I.. | J |.. K.. L.. M.. N.. O.. P.. | Q |.. R.. S.. T.. U.. V.. W.. | X | Y |.. Z.. Contact.. District.. Acton Horticultural Society.. Wayne Stewart.. Acton.. 6.. Agincourt Garden Club.. Bruce Vodden.. Scarborough.. 5.. Ajax Garden Club.. Debbie Wright.. Ajax.. 17.. Alliston & District Horticultural Society.. Irene Riehl, President.. Alliston.. 16.. Almonte and District Horticultural Society.. Gerda Franssen.. Almonte.. 2.. Ambassador Horticultural  ...   Marilyn Cadotte.. Amherstburg.. Ancaster Horticultural Society.. Donna Parker and Bob Wilt.. Ancaster.. Angus Horticultural Society.. Wendy Harry.. Angus.. Argyle Horticultural Society.. Marilyn Hilliard.. Port Loring.. 18.. Arthur and District Horticultural Society.. Lesley Weaver.. Arthur.. 7.. Assiginack Horticultural Society.. Ida May Mervyn, President.. Manitowaning.. 13.. Athens Garden Club & Horticultural Society.. Mary Slade.. Athens.. Atikokan Horticultural Society.. Alana Rechlin.. Atikokan.. 14.. Auburn Horticultural Society.. Karen Redmond.. Auburn.. 8.. Aurora Garden & Horticultural Society.. Debra Bowness.. Aurora.. Aylmer & District Horticultural Society.. Stephen Douglas, President.. Aylmer.. 10.. Ayr Horticultural Society.. Jean Rickert.. Ayr.. 19.. 2004 Ontario Horticultural Association.. | E-mail the..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Find a Society by District
    Descriptive info: Societies.. Find a Society by District.. 1.. 4.. 9.. 12.. 15..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Districts
    Descriptive info: District 1.. :.. Dundas, Glengarry, Prescott, Russell, Stormont.. District 2.. Grenville, Lanark, Ottawa, Renfrew.. District 3.. Frontenac, Hastings, Leeds, Lennox & Addington, Prince Edward.. District 4.. Haliburton, Northumberland, Peterborough, City of Kawartha Lakes.. District 5.. Toronto East, York Region East.. District 6.. Brant, Halton, Norfolk, Wentworth, Hamilton.. District 7.. Dufferin, Wellington.. District  ...   Niagara South (Welland).. District 10.. Thames Valley.. District 11.. Essex, Chatham-Kent, Lambton.. District 12.. Northeastern Ontario.. District 13.. Algoma, Manitoulin, Sudbury.. District 14.. Kenora, Rainy River, Thunder Bay.. District 15.. Toronto West, Peel, York West.. District 16.. Simcoe County.. District 17.. Durham Region.. District 18.. Muskoka, Parry Sound, South Nipissing.. District 19.. Waterloo..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Upcoming Conference
    Descriptive info: Upcoming.. Convention.. Speakers and Schedule.. Competition.. Guidelines.. Convention Registration.. Last Convention.. Future Conventions.. Upcoming Convention.. Convention 2014.. Registration, accomodations, schedule.. District 1 is organizing the 108th convention in Cornwall.. Below are some of the speakers you can look forward to seeing at convention 2014:.. The Banquet Keynote Speaker is.. Larry Hodgson.. from Quebec City.. Larry is a free-lance garden writer, lecturer, photographer, and author of over 40 books and hundreds of articles.. He is the Vice-President of the Garden Writers Association, a member of the Perennial Plant Association and owner of Horticom Inc.. Friday, July 18th,.. Jim Brownell.. of the Lost Villages Historical Society will recount the loss of communities which formerly existed along the St.. Lawrence River prior to its re-routing for the construction of  ...   taught business and computer courses at Georgian College in Barrie and served as a a Zone Director on the Board of the Provincial Master Gardeners of Ontario.. Her interest in Pollinators grew out of a desire to make roadsides more attractive and evolved into an obsession for planting for native bees.. Sunday, July 20th,.. Bruce Henbest.. , author of the book, 'Early Settlers', will take you on a journey back in time to the 1800's and describe Upper Canada Village.. The Village is a collection of several historic buildings salvaged from some of the communities submerged during the construction of the Seaway.. You will also find a monument commemorating the War of 1812 battle fought at Crysler's Farm.. Bruce is a retired Master Gardener originally from Alberta..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Competition Guidelines
    Descriptive info: Speakers and.. Schedule.. Competition Guidelines.. Competition Guidelines, Rules & Schedules.. The links at the right lead to the competition schedules for the 2014 Convention.. All schedules are posted in PDF format.. See the.. Fall 2013 Trillium.. for competition Results for Convention 2013.. Art.. Creative writing.. Floral Design.. Horticultural.. Photo.. Publications.. Web.. Youth..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Last Conference
    Descriptive info: Competition Results.. Convention Photos.. Annual Convention.. Report.. OHA 106th Convention - Niagara on the Lake August 2012.. 1812- 2012 Gardening Then and Now.. Thanks for Visiting!.. Niagara on the Lake, August.. , 2012.. Well, we successfully made it through the weekend , tired but happy.. In response to our invitation, over 450 of you arrived and sampled some of the horticultural delights of our District.. Thanks for visiting.. Whenever you return, you know that the private gardeners in the area will always welcome you.. We also hope you left understanding how important the horticulture industry is to our economy since our produce products are shipped throughout Canada and the USA.. District 9 knows how to work together, 135 volunteers in total offered to don the green shirt.. Hard work, countless hours, new friendships, priceless! Comments tell us the volunteers were visible, helpful, and cheerful.. Delegates were pleased with the ease of moving about the venue due to the clear and plentiful signage.. The vendors aisle was a popular place.. Many people went home with more "stuff" than they came with.. Our program was designed to provide you with great speakers, diverse seminars, and many fascinating destinations on the tours.. Comments from happy delegates lead us to believe that we succeeded.. Humorous speakers informed and entertained us adhering to the.. Then Now.. theme in their respective topics of Garden Design, Garden Plant Choices by Consumers, and the Evolution of Gardening Literature.. Seminars tempted you in many ways, from wonderful plant material, ideas for our gardens or designs, the history of the plants, some methods for dealing with  ...   and later enjoyed the Botanical Gardens.. Tours visited a wide range of retail operations and took home some treasures.. A permanent symbol of the convention is the "Autumn Brilliant" Serviceberry tree planted to commemorate the site of the OHA's 2012 Convention at Niagara College's Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus.. Another successful area was the Competitions.. Entries were plentiful.. The art work showcased the talent of OHA with different media.. The flower show overcame the problem of fixed tables and displayed the entries beautifully.. Many stopped to read through the various publications and take home some good ideas.. The Youth room showed everyone that our young people can be successfully attracted to horticulture.. At the Saturday night Gala the names of the recipients of the Award of Merit, Community Improvement Award, Environmental Award, Youth Leader Award (2), and Silver Fir Award (2) were announced.. This is a wonderful way for excellence to be recognized by the OHA.. The Gala keynote speaker, Trish Symons, taught us about the amazing.. Gifts from the Garden.. that are in our own gardens if we just take a moment to see.. Thunder Bay group certainly grabbed our attention with their invitation to visit District 14 next summer.. Some people have already started to make plans.. Drive or fly, seems to be the question.. Whatever your answer, it is certain you will enjoy it and learn many new things on the western shore of Lake Superior.. Submitted by Susan Lusted District 9 Director.. Convention 2012 Competition Results in the Fall 2012 Trillium.. For a complete Report with pictures click on the link to the right.. (.. pdf)..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Competition Results
    Descriptive info: Past Convention Competition Results.. Congratulations!.. 2013 Convention Competition Results.. 2013 Competition results.. in the Fall 2013 Trillium.. 2012 Convention Competition Results.. 2012 Competition results.. in the Fall 2012 Trillium.. 2011 Convention Competition Results.. 2011 Competition results.. in the Fall 2011 Trillium.. 2010 Convention Competition Results.. 2010 Competition results.. in the Fall 2010 Trillium.. 2009 Convention Competition Results.. 2009 Competition results.. in the Fall 2009 Trillium.. 2008 Convention Competition Results.. 2008 Competition results.. in the Fall 2008 Trillium.. 2008 Web Competition.. CLASS 1.. GardenOntario web shells using standard features as outlined in the manual "Garden Webs for Societies" or "Garden Webs for Districts" (as appropriate).. Cloverleaf Garden Club.. www.. org/site.. php/clover/.. Gloucester Horticultural Society.. php/glouster.. CLASS 2.. Horticultural Society web sites outside of GardenOntario.. org Web Shells (including web sites hosted on GardenOntario.. org subdomains.. ).. Ottawa Valley Rock Garden Horticultural Society.. ovrghs.. Kanata - March.. kanata-horticultural.. Cobourg Horticultural Society.. cobourggardenclub.. 2007 Convention Competition Results.. 2007 Web Competition.. Class 1.. 1st:.. 2nd:.. 3rd:.. Gilford and District Horticultural Society.. Class 2.. Horticultural Society websidtes outside of GardenOntario WebShells (including websites hosted on gardenontario.. org subdomains).. Kanata - March Horticultural Society.. Renfrew Horticultural Society.. 2007 Convention Photo Slide Competition Results.. PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINT COMPETITION.. OWEN SOUND, August 10-12, 2007.. Congratulations to all who entered the competition this year.. The photos were wonderful and it was difficult to determine winners in each class.. The results of the competition are shown below.. The results are shown in up to four lines:.. Class #.. First Place (Name, Society, District).. Second Place (Name, Society, District).. Third Place (Name, Society, District).. (click here to see the photos).. Best of Show: Uldis Broks, North York, 5 (Class 2.. ).. Class 1:.. "Weep No More My Lady".. weeping form  ...   Sewell, Markdale, 8.. Rosemary Thompson, Markdale, 8.. Class 8:.. "For the Future".. youth(s) and adult(s) working together in the garden.. Mrs.. Betty Squire, Sarnia, 11.. J.. James Tibbles, Sault Ste.. Class 9:.. "You've Got Mail".. decorative mailbox.. Linda Boyko, East York, 5.. Class 10:.. "A Garden Oops!".. humourous oddity in the garden.. Marjorie R.. Dow, Fergus, 7.. Class 11:.. "Single and Loving It!".. a single bloom by itself.. Tibbles.. Sault Ste.. Charles Moody, Sault Ste.. Class 12:.. "KISS.. Keep it Simple, Sweetie".. an orchid bloom silhouetted against a black background.. Kealey, Manotock, 2.. Class 13:.. "Earth's Steward(s)".. gardener(s) at work.. Class 14:.. "Visions of Our Future".. windmill wind turbine, the old and the new, a double exposure.. PHOTOGRAPHIC SLIDE COMPETITION.. The slides were wonderful and it was difficult to determine winners in each class.. Unfortunately, there were not sufficient entries in all Classes to award all the prizes.. (click here to see slides).. Best of Show: Charles Doekes, St.. Catharines, 9 (Class 3).. "Bowling Green".. the lawn in the garden as a design element.. Class 2:.. "Deep Purple".. the garden at dusk, extra lighting permitted.. "The Snow in Winter".. the garden under blanket of snow.. Charles Doekes, St.. Catharines, 9.. Betty Squire, Sarnia 11.. "The Good Earth".. a vegetable plot.. "Hang 'em High".. a hanging planter.. "Nobody's Baby".. drought resistant plants in the garden.. Class 7: ".. All for Show.. " flowers at their best in a flower show.. Mary Ann Gilhuly, Waterloo, 19.. "Funny Fungi".. fungi, mushrooms, toadstools naturally occurring.. "I Don't Remember Planting That".. "Wind Dancers".. ornamental grasses.. J.. Stryland, Timmons, 12.. Derek Stryland, Timmons, 12.. "Keeping Ontario Beautiful".. a native plant in it's natural setting.. "Visions of Our Future".. a conservation project in your community..

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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: Annual Conference Report
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  • Title: Ontario Horticultural Association: TEMPORARY
    Descriptive info: Future.. Conventions.. Information on future conventions is subject to change.. OHA 108th Convention in Cornwall.. July 18 to July 20,2014.. District 1 is organizing the 108th convention.. Arts Competition Schedules and Permission Forms:.. Check here for the Arts Schedule.. Check here for the Arts Permission Form.. Creative Writing Schedules and Permission Forms:.. Click here for the Creative Writing Schedule.. Click here for the  ...   for the Photography Schedule.. Click here for the Photography Release Form.. Click here for the Photography Permission Form.. Publications Competition Schedules :.. Click here for the Publications schedule.. Youth Competition and Entry Form:.. Click here for the Youth Competition Schedule.. Click here for the Youth Entry Form.. OHA 109th Convention in District 6 - 2015.. OHA 110th Convention in District 19 - 2016..

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