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Sharing the wonder of Nature, through Education, Engagement, and Creativity

ABOUT US

Since its beginning in 1946, Garden Club of Toronto members have maintained a focus on public service and flower shows. 

Through our member programming, community outreach, charitable projects and flowers shows, we aim to:

  • Stimulate a knowledge and love of gardening amongst amateurs
  • Aid in the protection of native plants, birds, trees and soil
  • Encourage civic planting
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BECOME A MEMBER

Members build friendships while they experience:

  • Active participation in community projects and environmental causes
  • Floral design and horticultural courses taught by members
  • Flower show competitions
  • Monthly meetings with guest speakers
  • Special interest groups & social activities
  • Memberships with the Toronto Botanical Garden and Garden Clubs of Ontario

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OUR PROJECTS 

The Garden Club of Toronto is a registered charity. Our charitable projects include gardens at June Callwood Park, Toddler's Garden at Evergreen Brickworks, Casa Loma, Rooftop Garden at Rotary Cheshire Apartments and Helen Keller Place Garden. We are founding sponsors of the Highway of Heroes Living Tribute project.

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CURRENT PROJECT

The Garden Club of Toronto is creating a destination park on The Meadoway on the west side of Pharmacy Avenue, north of Rannock Street, subject to Hydro One Inc. approval.

The future park will be a community gathering place that will honour the natural ecology of The Meadoway, provide year-round enjoyment and meet the evolving needs of the community.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

We are grateful for your support to further develop charitable projects in the following areas:

  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Nature Education / Edible Gardens
  • Community Outreach
  • Environmental Initiatives

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FLORAL DESIGN

Our members develop their skills in floral artistry through courses and by participating in competitions held at Garden Club meetings.


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HORTICULTURE

We build on members' knowledge, interest and enthusiasm for horticulture and related issues. 



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The Garden Club of Toronto

777 Lawrence Avenue East

Toronto, ON M3C 1P2

416-447-5218

office@thegardencluboftoronto.ca

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