Stouffville Horticultural Society
Founded in 1924 and still growing, we are celebrating our 92nd anniversary in 2016. You are welcome to join us!
Our meetings take place at Latcham Hall, 8 Park Drive, Stouffville. Park Drive runs south off Main Street, and is at the first traffic light east of the clock tower. There is ample parking in the lot across the street. Meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted, with refreshments available following the speaker's presentation.
Yearly membership is $20/single, $30/family. Non-members $5/meeting.
Meetings in June, July, and September include competitive flower shows for members. There is also a photography contest for members, with photos submitted at the April meeting and judged prior to May meeting when all entries are displayed and winners announced. The Happy Place front garden contest takes place in July 2016, with a celebration of recognized gardens at the September 2016 meeting.
Mon. March 21, 2016 Malcolm Geast Photography Tips for Gardeners
Mon. April 18, 2016 Frank Kershaw The Recycled Garden
Mon. May 16, 2016 Paul LaPorte Building Biodiversity with Native Plants
Sat. May 28, 2016 Plant Sale, 9 a.m. to noon in front of Latcham Hall, 8 Park Drive (sale will take place rain or shine)
Mon. June 20, 2016 Master Gardeners (panel with Pat de Valence & Barbara Peat) Your Questions Answered
Mon. July 18, 2016 Denis Flanagan A Century of Horticulture in Canada
*NOTE: no August meeting
Mon. September 19, 2016 Andy Cherkas What's in a Name: Geraniums or Pelargoniums?
Mon. October 17, 2016 Leonard Teengs Autumn Harvest
Mon. November 21, 2016 Annual General Meeting and Pot Luck Dinner (begins at 6:30 p.m.)
First meeting of 2017 is Monday March 20, 2017
Newsletters: Provincial, Regional, and Local
Click on the links below for the latest news from the Ontario Horticultural Association at the provincial, regional, and local levels: The Trillium (provincial), The District 5 Comm-Post (regional), and The Chrysanthemum Chronicle (local). Newsletters will open in a new window.
Trillium newsletter from the Ontario Horticultural Association (OHA) (pdf 14.2 MB)
District 5 Comm-Post newsletter from OHA District 5: T