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Huntsville Horticultural Society


Keeping Huntsville Beautiful for 94 Years! 


Welcome to the Huntsville Horticultural Society's website. 


 We hope to see you out at one of our meetings or events.


We have an active Junior Society as well!




For information on our programs click on the links marked in colour.


Plant Sale, Garden Tour, Spring Flower Show, Summer Flower Show. 



See our Brochure to see all of our events for 2018.(2019 will be available soon)



 We're interested in growing!


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   Contact:  President,  Debora Marshall at




P.O. Box 5354, Huntsville ON P1H 2K7




Our Next Meeting....


Tuesday March 12, 2019


General Meeting 


Speaker : Colin Sober-Williams


Topic: An Introduction to Vegetable Gardening


Following a brief business meeting, local farmer and member of Eat Local Muskoka, Colin Sober-Williams, will be here to share his expertise with all those looking to grow a summer kitchen garden, including many tips on the challenges of farming in Muskoka.

Whether you're an experienced grower or just getting started, there will be lots of useful information for all!

Everyone is welcome. Members Free . Non Members - a donation is appreciated.

The meeting takes place at the Huntsville Salvation Army Church. 4 Mary Street East.  


As usual Terri is always looking for donations for the Green Elephant Table.  


In an effort to cut down on our waste, we have resurrected our "Lug a Mug" initiative.  Basically, you just bring your own washable cup for your tea or coffee.  

Free for members.  A guest fee of $2.00 is appreciated. Members are free.

Single Membership is $10.00 per year. Family Membership is $15.00. 

Refreshments served.  

Contact us for more information. Hope to see you out at a meeting.

  Everyone welcome.




Fall Garden Tips
by Debora Marshall

  • Bring houseplants back indoors, checking for pests and diseases first.
  • more...

Last Updated: 2019-03-01