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Our Next Meeting

 June 25, 2018   Time:  7:30 p.m.


at the Willowdale Presbyterian Church

38 Ellerslie Avenue, North York

(West of Yonge, South of Finch) - Parking at the back of the church


Grasses in the Landscape

Presented by Karl Kohnen

Black Forest Garden Centre, King City

Karl is a dynamic speaker, passionate about grasses. Learn about the many grasses that can be adapted for your landscape. 


 Flower Show

Theme: "Arts & Culture" Sculpture

All Members can enter 

Your Roses will be ready for this show 

Houseplants, Fruit and Vegetables 

All other Cultural and Decoratives 

See pages 24-25 for details




Invite a friend to join - Membership for 2018:    

Cost: Individual $20.00 Family $25.00   Please bring cash or cheque. Cheque should be made out to North York Horticultural Society.  (Membership Form)  Please complete form and bring to the next meeting or mail form and cheque to  246 Johnston Avenue, North York Ontario M2N 1H6


For Those Who Love Gardening

Do you enjoy nature, plants, gardening, community activities, meeting new people.

Do you have small or large garden, balcony garden, houseplants, or hoping to have a garden.

Come to our next meeting there's something for everyone.




Annual Plant Sale:

Thank you for all your support at our Plant Sale.. All funds raised from our plant sale will be used for our community outreach programs. Next Sale May 2019

Annual Flower and Vegetable Show:

September 8, 2018, 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  at the Edithvale Community Centre, 131 Finch Ave West. Admission/parking is free. The Show Theme: 'Neighbourhood Culture' 

Everyone is Welcome!



North York Blooms Newsletters     Past Newsletters - click here


OHA Trillium Newsletter




Established in 1924 as the North York Horticultural Society




History: How We Started
by Judy Hernandez

The History of the North York Horticultural Society

by Judy Hernandez


Toronto in 1924 had a fraction of its current population and printed horticultural information was a fraction of what it is today. Widespread interest in hom

Last Updated: 2018-05-29