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 Pictured - Thames River in Thames Valley District








District 10 serves Horticultural Societies in Thames Valley.

Our 24 societies welcome you.  Contact the society closest to you to enjoy all the benefits membership has to offer and connect with those that love gardens and gardening.


We continue to encourage interest and improvement in horticulture by holding our general meetings respecting the theory and practice of horticulture, by encouraging the planting of trees, shrubs and flowers in both private and public gardens, by arranging field trips, contests and flower shows, by promoting the protection of the environment and by distributing horticultural information with a society newsletter.


Membership benefits may include discounts at area garden centres, planned trips to gardens and shows, planned social events, newsletters, expert guest speakers and the ability to be actively involved in the beautification of the community.


District 10 Executive Team:

Shelley MacKenzie - District Director  District10@gardenontario.org

Stephen Douglas - Past District Director stephendouglas@amtelcom.net

Dona Birtwistle  - Secretary  secohad10@gmail.com

Carol Acre - Treasurer tresohad10@gmail.com

Joyce Schlegel-  Assistant Director Middlesex AssistantDirectorMiddlesex@gmail.com

Albert Acre -  Assistant Director Oxford  cacaja1@live.ca

Sherry Burgess -  Assitant Director Elgin  assistantdirectorelgin@gmail.com

Sheryl Law -  Assistant Director Perth sblaw@hay.net


Website questions or support:

Cheryl Losch - Webmaster for D10  mail@closch.com


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London Middlesex Master Gardeners Invitation!
by D10

The London Middlesex Master Gardeners are hosting a full day workshop with 3 great speakers. It's a terrific opportunity for anyone wanting to:
  • learn about native plants and the unique gardening opportunity we have in the Carolinian Zone
  • understand the value of planting native species - even a few can make a difference!
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Last Updated: 2017-07-11