This is Your Gardening Resource Site

Welcome Gardeners! The gardening season is back!  Hip Hip Hooray!!  The London Middlesex Master Gardeners are here to help you with your gardening knowledge, skills and appreciation.

Would you like to know more about Master Gardeners and how they can help you?  Click on Gardening Help.

Visit our Come See Us page to find a list of upcoming events and locations where you can meet Master Gardeners eager to answer your gardening questions in person.

Check out the Community Board list of community events with a horticultural theme. We are your gardening help resource!  Learn more about the information you will find to help you on the Resources page.  Check out our seasonal Tips, fact-filled Articles and useful Links to gardening related-websites and local horticultural organizations.

On our Gallery page you will find many inspiring pictures, however, this page is still a work in progress, so please check back often to see what's new!

If you can’t wait to see us at an upcoming event and you want your gardening question answered now then please feel free to email us your question on the Contact Us page!  We will be sure to reply promptly.

Remember.....~ The Earth Laughs in Flowers ~...R.W. Emerson

March to May 2016 – Seeds to Table – 8 week course

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.

Saturday May 21st Sale of Plants, Compost & More

This is the annual spring sale many in the London area wait for! Come out to buy flowers for beds and containers, veggies, herbs, perennials and small shrubs. Don’t forget to also get some compost to help everything get off to a great start.
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Eastern Star Temple 800 Fanshawe Park Road E


Gardening Tips

Urban Growing Concerns – Potatoes & Tomatoes

Did you know that urban gardeners are asked NOT to grow potatoes or tomatoes? Why? Because they currently pose a risk to potato and tomato production as a source of late blight! There are things you can do though to still grow your favourites at home while minimizing the risk to our local farmers.