**Rescheduled** HPRA Rain Barrel Fundraising Event – June 7th, 2014

Posted on May 2, 2014

 Due to the weather, the fundraising sale that was initial scheduled for Saturday May 3rd has been rescheduled to Saturday June 7th

 

http://rainbarrel.ca/highparkra/

HPRA rainbarrel fundraising event

The Annual "Hort" Plant Fair – May 31st

Posted on May 2, 2014

The Annual “Hort” Plant Fair advanced its usual date to allow more time for spring to wake up from the long winter: Saturday May 31 10:30 am to 1:30 pm, (and not on Mother’s Day weekend) at Parkdale Public School, Seaforth at Lansdowne Avenue, one block north of Queen Street.

Divided perennials, houseplants, annuals, herbs, vegetable plants from member’s gardens and select area nurseries fill two school gyms.

Save a trip to Humber Nurseries, Connon Nurseries and Urban Harvest. Their plants will be for sale at the Fair.

Celebrated local artisans include Eileen Kwan’s Garden Exuberance with embroidered cards, textured wall hangings, and Clare Scott-Taggart’s Rusty Girl metalwork pieces for gardens.

Green Elephants is a flea market of gardening treasures.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced gardener, you will find expert advice and information on soils, plants, eco-friendly gardening, tree care.

Enjoy a hot drink and fresh baked fare at Hort Cafe.

Support a great cause: community gardens — for sharing food, children’s education, beauty and repose in public spaces.

Come early. Well priced plants go fast!

For more information, see http://www.parkdaletorontohort.com/plant-fair

Contact plantfair@parkdaletorontohort.com to rent a table, or to join the fun as a volunteer. 

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The Annual “Hort” Plant Fair – May 31st

Posted on May 2, 2014

The Annual “Hort” Plant Fair advanced its usual date to allow more time for spring to wake up from the long winter: Saturday May 31 10:30 am to 1:30 pm, (and not on Mother’s Day weekend) at Parkdale Public School, Seaforth at Lansdowne Avenue, one block north of Queen Street.

Divided perennials, houseplants, annuals, herbs, vegetable plants from member’s gardens and select area nurseries fill two school gyms.

Save a trip to Humber Nurseries, Connon Nurseries and Urban Harvest. Their plants will be for sale at the Fair.

Celebrated local artisans include Eileen Kwan’s Garden Exuberance with embroidered cards, textured wall hangings, and Clare Scott-Taggart’s Rusty Girl metalwork pieces for gardens.

Green Elephants is a flea market of gardening treasures.

Whether you are a beginner or an experienced gardener, you will find expert advice and information on soils, plants, eco-friendly gardening, tree care.

Enjoy a hot drink and fresh baked fare at Hort Cafe.

Support a great cause: community gardens — for sharing food, children’s education, beauty and repose in public spaces.

Come early. Well priced plants go fast!

For more information, see http://www.parkdaletorontohort.com/plant-fair

Contact plantfair@parkdaletorontohort.com to rent a table, or to join the fun as a volunteer. 

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Garden Wise: Organic and Sustainable Methods – May 7th

Posted on May 2, 2014

The High Park Library will be hosting a program entitled Garden Wise: Organic and Sustainable Methods @ 6:30 pm on Wed. May 7, 2014. Free and open to all!

Learn smarter and safer ways to garden, hand in hand with nature. Presented by Alex Cafarelli of the Toronto Master Gardeners.

http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/detail.jsp?Entt=RDMEVT159640&R=EVT159640gardenwise

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