Bird feeders can be a source of disease for the birds we love to watch on cold wintery days. Learn about common bird diseases and how to avoid spreading them!
It's time for gardens to rest Happy Holidays!
Come grow with us…. learn to sprout!
Green! How we’d like the world to be.
We are committed to helping home gardeners use safe, effective, and proven sustainable horticultural practises to create gardens, landscapes, and communities that are vibrant and healthy. Sign up for a course, ask us a question, come see us at a gardening event, book us for a talk, or join our Master Gardener team!
Interested in growing your garden the right way?
We host and attend many events annually to help you grow your garden and enrich your understanding of different plants, gardening best practices, and more.
We’re a vibrant community of like-minded garden enthusiasts who love to share tips and tricks and learn more from others within London-Middlesex.
Free Tips &
Check out our free resources and gardening tips that you can use to help create a more vibrant and successful garden this season.
Our list of local events offers you many opportunities to talk with community groups and access a wide range of resources.
The Latest Sprout!
A six-part series of illustrated talks. Nature in the City...Free & Family Friendly!
London Central Library - Wolf Performance Hall
8 weeks of classroom instruction and hands-on workshops covering everything from soil preparation and seed selection to planting, maintaining, harvesting and preserving. Focus is on gardens you can EAT as well as colourful and helpful companion flowers. 2019 registration opens soon.
Applying compost, manure, or straw has many benefits for vegetable production, BUT may also introduce weeds. Check out this podcast to learn ways to minimize the number of weed seeds.
Newsletter from Halton Master Gardener with 3 good articles: To-Do List for November, Adding Biodiversity to our Gardens, and Plan for Bees in our Gardens
Come to LEARN and SHOP! This event is well-known for its reputation of inspiring a passion for gardening each Spring! Great vendors and educational exhibits, talks throughout the day, seeds and garden supplies to get you going for the season and yummy food on site so you can make a day of it.
Garden magazines and their online newsletters are my favourite things to read, especially on a cold dreary day with snow in the forecast!
There are lots of great how-to and inspirational garden videos online. This will be a collection of some of the best we've seen.