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Stoney Creek Garden Club & Horticultural Society

Welcome to the Stoney Creek Garden Club & Horticultural Society

The Stoney Creek Garden Club & Horticultural Society currently serves members from  Hamilton, Stoney Creek and surrounding areas. The Society is an affiliate of the Ontario Horticultural Association, District Six, a Carolinian District.

Knowledgeable guest speakers are featured at monthly meetings and a competitive Flower Show is held in June. Our February meeting hosts a Silent/Live Auction. Our popular Annual Plant Sale takes place on the  in MAY(date and time TBD) .

In 2010, the Society renovated the Royal Canadian Legion Hall's two gardens facing Stoney Creek's King Street under the guidance of one of its talented members. See Legion Garden for story and pictures. The garden is still being tended to by Stoney Creek Garden Club members, who also care for  the gardens at Saltfleet Library.

For the past three years, the Society has awarded a bursary to a Saltfleet High School student enrolled in its Horticultural program.


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NEXT STONEY CREEK Garden Club Meeting 

 Monday February 12  


Hello everyone! Come and join us for our 4th annual Silent Auction and bake sale. There are many fabulous prizes to  bid  on, such as  gift certificates, artwork and more!

We hope to see you there. 



7pm to 9pm



Royal Canadian Legion HallBattlefield Branch 622

12 King Street East (east of Lake Ave)Stoney Creek, Ontario

(Parking and entrance at the rear of the building - Municipal Lot)



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The Stoney Creek Garden Club is a member of the Ontario Horticultural Association (OHA), District Six, a Carolinian District.


A Geranium, by any other name ... Is a Pelargonium
by Barbara Puchala

For centuries, we’ve been calling them geraniums, ever since 1753 when the Swedish botanist, Carl Linnaeus started botanical nomenclature by classifying plants. He described 20 pelargoniums in his publication.  It was assumed that these plants were all geraniums and so they were placed under the genus geranium. 

Last Updated: 2018-01-12