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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 4 - news
    Descriptive info: District 4.. REPORTS.. CONTACTS.. OHA LOG-IN.. Online Newsletter.. Events.. View OHA Site.. Home.. > Online Newsletter.. District 4 - News 4 You.. by Dianne Westlake.. District 4 Fall 2012 Newsletter>.. District 4 Summer 2012 Newsletter>.. District 4 Spring 2013 Newsletter>.. District 4 Summer 2013 Newsletter>.. (2013-08-26).. Last Updated: 2013-11-26..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 4 - contacts
    Descriptive info: > Contacts.. Contacts.. Contact:.. Rose Odell.. Address:.. Box 454, 33 King St W.. Colborne, ON.. K0K 1S0.. Phone:.. 905-355-3394.. Email:.. district4@gardenontario.. org.. Rose Odell - District 4 Director.. Bev Silk - Secretary.. d4secretary@gardenontario.. Lesley Hollick - Treasurer.. d4treasurer@gardenontario.. Dianne Westlake.. d4ad1@gardenontario.. Carol Mitchell.. d4ad2@gardenontario.. Diane Hearse.. d4ad3@gardenontario..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 5 - societies
    Descriptive info: District 5.. FILES.. > Societies.. Societies.. Agincourt Garden Club.. :.. www.. gardenontario.. org/site.. php/agincourt.. Aurora Garden & Horticultural Society.. php/aurora.. Beach Garden & Horticultural Society.. php/beach.. East York Garden Club.. eygc.. ca.. Greater Toronto Bulb & Horticultural Society.. php/gtbs.. Greater Toronto Rose and Garden Horticultural Society.. php/rosegarden.. Greater Toronto Water Garden & Horticultural  ...   php/leaside.. Markham Garden & Horticultural Society.. php/markhamgs.. Mount Albert Garden & Horticultural Society.. php/mountalbert.. Newmarket Horticultural Society.. gardenewmarket.. ca/NHS/Home.. html.. North Toronto Horticultural Society.. php/northtoronto.. North York Garden Club.. php/northyork.. Rhododendron Hort.. Society - Toronto.. onrhodos.. Riverdale Horticultural Society.. php/riverdale.. Scarborough Garden & Horticultural Society.. php/scarborough.. Stouffville Horticultural Society.. php/stouffville.. Last Updated: 2013-10-30..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 5 - events
    Descriptive info: Featured Events.. List all by type.. Event Calendar.. Plant Sales.. Garden Tours.. Search Events.. > Featured Events.. January 19, 2014.. Toronto Rhododendron Society General Meeting.. Speaker:.. Frank Kershaw.. Please check our website for the details of the speakers and topics.. Start Date: January 19, 2014.. End Date: January 19, 2014.. Time: 02:pm to 04:pm.. Location: Toronto Botanical Garden (2nd floor, free parking).. Toronto, ON.. Contact: Rocky Mei.. Contact Phone:.. Contact Fax:.. Contact Email:.. rockimea@gmail.. URL:.. OnRhodos.. February 13, 2014.. Leaside Garden Society & Winter Mini-Show.. Gardens of Tuscany with Donna Fenice.. Start Date: February 13, 2014.. End Date: February 13, 2014.. Time: 07:30pm to 09:30pm.. Location: Leaside Public Library 165 McRae Rd.. Contact: Nora Campbell.. Contact Phone: 416-481-8919.. leaside@gardenontario.. leasidegardensociety.. March 13, 2014.. Gardening from a Hammock with Dan Cooper.. Start Date: March 13, 2014.. End Date: March 13, 2014.. Location: Leaside Public Library 165 McRae Dr.. March 23, 2014.. Start Date: March 23, 2014.. End Date: March 23, 2014.. April 10, 2014.. Balcony Gardening with Cathy Park, Toronto MG.. Start Date: April 10, 2014.. End Date: April 10, 2014.. April 27, 2014.. Rhododendron and Azalea Plant Sale.. ***DO NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.. COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION.. ***ALL OUR RHODODENDRONS ARE HEALTHY ONTARIO GROWN PLANTS SOIL AMENDMENTS AND PLANTING ADVICE ALSO AVAILABLE.. ***A SELECTION OF LOCALLY GROWN COMPANION PERENNIALS.. ***FREE ADMISSION, FREE PARKING.. Start Date: April 27, 2014.. End Date: April 27, 2014.. Time: 10:am to 03:pm.. Location: Toronto Botanical Garden (free parking).. May 8, 2014.. Leaside Garden Society Mtg..  ...   ON.. Contact: Christine Gill.. Contact Phone: 905-986-0310.. info@onwatergarden.. June 12, 2014.. & Summer Flower Show.. Creating Garden Rooms with Celia Rutte.. Start Date: June 12, 2014.. End Date: June 12, 2014.. June 21, 2014.. Magical Gardens of Leaside Tour.. Annual tour of beautiful& interesting gardens.. Start Date: June 21, 2014.. End Date: June 21, 2014.. Time: 11:00am to 04:00pm.. Location: In the community of Leaside, near Bayview & Eglinton Aves.. July 27, 2014.. Water Garden Tour.. Self-directed tour.. Registration form available on the web site.. This year the water gardens will be in Richmond Hill and Thornhill.. $10 per person before 30 April.. $12 per person after April.. Start Date: July 27, 2014.. End Date: July 27, 2014.. Time: 10:00am to 03:30pm.. Location: Richmond Hill and Thornhill.. , ON.. September 11, 2014.. Planting for Fall Colour with Frank Kershaw.. Start Date: September 11, 2014.. End Date: September 11, 2014.. September 13, 2014.. Leaside Garden Society Annual Flower Show.. Annual Flower Show.. Start Date: September 13, 2014.. End Date: September 13, 2014.. Time: 01:30pm to 03:30pm.. September 21, 2014.. com.. Start Date: September 21, 2014.. End Date: September 21, 2014.. October 9, 2014.. Preserving our Natural Roots with Edith George.. Start Date: October 9, 2014.. End Date: October 9, 2014.. November 13, 2014.. Leaside Garden Society AGM.. Potluck & AGM.. Start Date: November 13, 2014.. End Date: November 13, 2014.. Time: 06:15pm to 08:30pm.. Location: Leaside United Church.. November 23, 2014.. Start Date: November 23, 2014.. End Date: November 23, 2014..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 5 - reports
    Descriptive info: Archive.. > Annual Report.. Annual Report.. 2012 Society Highlights.. We re made up of 18 societies with 2127 members, all contributing in many creative ways to Keeping Ontario Beautiful.. My position as Director wouldn t be as easy as it is without the tremendous support of the D5 team: Gloria Broks, June Morton, Malcolm Geast and Tina Forrester, Assistant Directors, Dawn McEachern, secretary, Ellen Power, treasurer, Trudy Tatangelo, supplies coordinator, and our Past DD Nikola Warnock.. We answered questions and gave advice when asked, visited our societies through the year and installed officers at all of our societies annual meetings, worked on District events, and just plain enjoyed ourselves as we carried out our duties.. Agincourt.. held their Fall Flower Vegetable Show + Tea Room where there were beautiful displays and a luncheon for volunteers judges - a good way to say thank you.. On October 1.. st.. , the Club celebrated its 60th Anniversary with a catered dinner, entertainment, silent auction, and best of all, the meeting up of old members and new.. In December, the Club held its Annual Pot Luck Dinner Flower Show with entertainment by the Male Police Choir and a free draw for 24 poinsettias and other awards - another great way to say thank you.. Aurora.. made their first appearance at the Aurora Home Show, winning Most Attractive Booth and bringing in new members.. For the second year in a row, our fantastic designers won the District 5 top design trophy.. AGHS was honoured that OHA District 5 chose the Aurora Arboretum for the Queen s Diamond Jubilee Tree Planting.. Services provided to members included a lending library, newsletter, member manual and monthly programs that inspired and educated.. In December, members transformed both Hillary House and the Aurora Cultural Centre into beautiful Christmas venues.. Beach.. was a beehive of volunteer activity.. Plant sale, garden tour, bulb sale and bus tour all went off smoothly to the delight of participants.. Gardens were maintained at the Beaches Library and Northern Dancer.. Community outreach continued as volunteers worked with Malvern CI to design and assist with two new plantings to counter the effects of vandalism.. Several workshops were held with an emphasis on design in the hope of increasing show participation.. In October a `Round Tables` meeting was held in response to suggestions and requests received from an informal survey held in 2011.. East York.. continued maintenance of the Stan Wadlow Park Rockery.. In cooperation with the City of Toronto, they resurrected the community front yard contest.. A six person committee handled the nominations and teams of judges composed of EYGC members viewed the gardens before a final outside judge selected the winners.. An awards ceremony was held in September attended by local City councillors.. A lot of work was involved but the contest provided nice community spirit and the homeowners really appreciated recognition of their efforts! EYGC also sponsored a group of grade 3-4 school children for an educational workshop at the Toronto Botanical Garden.. Greater Toronto Bulb.. maintained the same membership (81) as in 2011, their founding year.. There were seven monthly meetings and a potluck party in a member's garden in July.. Flower shows were held in all but one of the regular meetings with 22 participants and over 200 entries.. Members participated in the CNE's Bulb Show and the Society s entry of a pair of doorway planters in the CNE s Society Class won first prize! A variety of interesting speakers gave talks on summer bulbs, narcissi, caudiciform succulents, bulbs in the wild, lesser known species, new introductions of Holland bulbs and even bugs.. Donations of interesting and hard-to-find bulbs/plants helped significantly with fundraising.. Greater Toronto Rose.. gave rave reviews to a diverse group of speakers on beautiful garden experiences, the best bulbs to plant with roses, gorgeous peonies, fabulous photos and a review of the Chelsea Flower Show, and 'everything you ever wanted to know about clematis'.. The annual Rose Show held in June was better than ever! Members attending the annual OHA Convention in Niagara awarded the event high praise.. Some GT Rose members won red ribbons at the CNE.. The 2012 AGM was held at their last meeting at the TBG.. The Society will be moving to a new venue in 2013.. Cummer Park Community Centre.. Greater Toronto Water Garden.. enjoyed an eventful year of good speakers, friendship with the plant sale, and the nine-garden Pond Tour in East York, accessible by bus routes and with quite a few gardens within walking distance of each other.. At the end of the  ...   children at two East Gwillimbury library branches and members also took part in a planting event at Mount Albert Public School.. To commemorate the War of 1812, the Society encouraged the planting of red geraniums in their community gardens and around town.. The Celebration of Gardens and Silent Auction was held in conjunction with the Annual Flower Show in August to which the 50 winners of the Thumbs Up Awards for outstanding front yard gardens were invited.. In November, members and their guests thoroughly enjoyed a relaxed AGM with delicious finger foods and a great speaker.. Newmarket.. went on a great bus trip to the Orillia area which included a boat tour of Lake Couchiching, lunch and shopping in town, and a visit to a local garden center.. Their plant sale was well attended and very successful.. Notable speakers were Martin Galloway's son when Martin was unable to be there at the last minute, and he presented a fantastic talk.. Eric Lee spoke on orchids and Cathy Kozma's presentation on the "Importance of Bee-ing" was informative.. Many members attended the Society s annual meeting and potluck dinner in November and as always there was great food and entertainment.. North Toronto.. was founded in 1926 and over the 86 years since then, members have shared their knowledge and gardening experiences.. This past year they enjoyed informative speakers, an interesting flower arranging demonstration, two great talks on Sissinghurst Garden in England and the activities of the Toronto Evergreen Brickworks market place.. The annual photography show was a great success with once again a record number of entries.. There was a tour of members gardens in July and another beautiful garden was the site of the annual Pot Luck Supper.. The Annual Flower Show at the TBG was of high quality, a great success, and showed to the many visitors the Society`s talents in horticulture and floral design.. North York.. continued with two outreach programs: design and planting at the Parkview Neighbourhood Garden and the North York Front Garden Contest.. The club was busy with eight monthly meetings, two workshops, one field trip, and a plant sale.. The very successful annual flower and vegetable show was held at a new location and drew many garden enthusiasts.. There was constant traffic and the entire room was covered with designs and cultural displays.. The show was also broadcast through Rogers Community TV and Fairchild TV.. Riverdale.. enjoyed good speakers during the year, there was more involvement by new members in flower shows, and the Society continued to receive help from the City in watering their public garden bed throughout the hot, dry summer.. Continued projects included maintaining a perennial garden in Withrow Park and assisting with gardening activities from May to October at Bridgepoint Health with palliative care patients.. Scarborough.. enjoyed nine speakers with topics ranging from Starting from Seed to the Mistakes we made in our Garden.. The indoor plant sale was a huge success as was the garden tour.. The Annual Flower Show was popular with friendly competition among members, and as well, the number of people entering the monthly Mini shows increased this year.. The bus tour was a success again and the November Pot Luck/Awards night was well attended.. The Society was as busy as beavers all year preparing for the District 5 AGM in April 2013.. Stouffville.. successfully hosted the District 5 AGM on Sat April 28, their largest project in 2011.. Their May plant sale had much competition from other plant sales held by various groups in the community.. A dedicated group of members continued to maintain gardens at Parkview Home and at the Care Share building.. Their six speakers, three flower shows, and photography contest were all enjoyed by members.. In July the Society was forced to move out of their regular meeting place and settled into a new location in September.. The annual pot luck dinner in November was a great ending to an eventful year.. Toronto Region Rhododendron.. continued their community garden focus and volunteer numbers grew as they renovated, maintained, and replanted in the original rhodo beds at Edwards Gardens.. Also included was the reverting of one of the original rhodo beds, which had been significantly impacted by flooding and erosion, to a native plant material garden, now appropriate to the current state of the site.. Cost of the work was assisted by grants from both the OHA and OHA District 5.. A new Logo for the Society was created by Malcolm Geast, using an illustration from an 1897 copy of The Canadian Horticulturalist.. Latest Annual Report:..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 5 - news
    Descriptive info: 2014 District 5 Annual General Meeting.. by District 5.. On April 26, 2014 the North York Garden Club will be hosting the District 5 AGM,.. Natural Gardening - Back to Basics.. The day will include two excellent speakers, a flower show, the opportunity to meet other gardeners, and a tasty lunch.. An information package can be found.. here (pdf, 599  ...   here (pdf, 295 kb).. Registration forms are included in the packages that have been provided to each District 5 Society.. The meeting will be held at the Toronto Botanical Garden.. Click.. here for a map showing the location.. (opens in a new window).. (2013-11-05).. District 5 Newsletter Fall 2013.. Grants for District 5 Societies.. Ideas to Grow Your Society's Membership..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 5 - events - calendar
    Descriptive info: >.. > Event Calendar.. December.. January 2014.. February.. Monday.. Tuesday.. Wednesday.. Thursday.. Friday.. Saturday.. Sunday.. 1.. 2.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. Riverdale Horticultural Society Monthly meeting; Annual General Meeting and Photo Competition.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. Scarborough Garden Soc.. /2 Topics.. 15.. 16.. East York Garden Club Monthly Meeting.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. GT Water Garden Meeting - All welcome.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. 31..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 6 - societies
    Descriptive info: District 6.. Acton Horticultural Society.. php/ahs.. Ancaster Horticultural Society.. php/ancaster.. Brantford Garden Club.. php/brantford.. Bronte Horticultural Society.. php/bronte.. Burlington Horticultural Society.. burlingtonhs.. Delhi & District Horticultural Society.. php/delhi.. Flamborough Horticultural Society.. php/flamborough.. Georgetown Horticultural Society.. geohort.. Glen Morris Horticultural Society.. php/glenmorris.. Haldimand Horticultural Society.. haldimand.. Hamilton and Burlington Rose Society.. php/hbrs..  ...   Mount Hamilton Horticultural Society.. php/mhhs.. Oakville Horticultural Society.. oakvillehort.. Paris Horticultural Society.. php/paris.. Port Dover & Woodhouse Horticultural Society.. php/portdover.. Simcoe & District Horticultural Society.. php/simcoe.. St George Garden Club.. php/stgeorge.. Stoney Creek Garden Club & Horticultural Society.. php/stoneycreek.. Waterford & District Horticultural Society.. php/waterford.. Winona Horticultural Society.. php/winona.. Last Updated: 2013-12-20..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 6 - events
    Descriptive info: January 13, 2014.. Stoney Creek Garden Club Meeting - Monday, January 13.. Live and Silent Auction Interactive Discussion: "Perennial Plant Association"and how they select the perennial plant of the year.. Discussion about the criteria used to pick the plants and ask for audience input on their experiences with the plants.. Start Date: January 13, 2014.. End Date: January 13, 2014.. Time: 07:00pm to 09:00pm.. Location: Royal Canadian Legion Hall Battlefield Branch 622 12 King Street East (east of Lake Ave) (Parking and entrance at the rear of the building - Municipal Lot).. Stoney Creek, ON.. Contact: Liz Chapple.. Contact Phone: (905) 662-7724.. stoneycreekhorticulture@gmail.. January 15, 2014..  ...   evening will begin at 7:30 with refreshments.. A short business meeting will begin at 7:45 to be followed by the following: Krys & Rien Moraal will speak about the many uses of the fruits of their garden -- for canning, transplanting new plants, etc.. Art & Kathy Ward will speak about photographing their garden.. Betty Denny will read from the Gardener's Journal.. And more.. Its time to renew our memberships.. Visitors are free.. All welcome.. Start Date: January 15, 2014.. End Date: January 14, 2014.. Location: St.. John's Anglican Church Hall 1285 Hwy 8 (at Winona Road).. Winona, ON.. Contact: Gerrie Loveys.. Contact Phone: (905) 662-8369.. loveysg@gmail..

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  • Title: GardenOntario: District 6 - contacts
    Descriptive info: c/o 405 Earl Street.. Delhi, ON.. N4B 1W4.. 519-582-4523.. district6@gardenontario.. Donna Hussey, District Director.. e-mail:..

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