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Merry May Meeting - Highlighting Hort Members' Favourite Plants & Garden Designs

  • 2023-05-29
  • 19:00 - 21:00
  • Bonar Parkdale Presbyterian Church, 250 Dunn Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 2R9


  • We will be meeting in person at Bonar Parkdale Presbyterian Church, 250 Dunn Ave, just South of Queen Street West. Arrive after 6:30 PM for refreshments and socializing, the meeting starts at 7:30PM. 
  • We will also be holding the meeting online through Zoom. Members will be sent the link in the newsletter in the week leading up to the meeting.


This is the time to shine for the Hort's members! Hort members showcase their favourite plants and gardens.  

Interested in showcasing your favourite plant or garden design?

  • Send us your photos/videos with a short description of what makes this plant, garden, or garden design stand out to be your favourite. Please submit your content by Monday, May 22nd at newsletter@parkdaletorontohort.comOnly submissions by active Hort Members will be accepted. 
    • Do you want to become a member of the Hort? Would you like to renew your membership? Click here!
  • It doesn't have to be from your garden or balcony, it could be any plants that you've encountered, gardens you have visited recently, or a garden design plan that inspired you! 
  • Video Tips:
    1. Video length must be no longer than 5 minutes so we can accommodate everyone. 
    2. If your video file is too big to send by email, please upload it to a video sharing site (ex. YouTube, Vimeo) or a cloud storage site (ex. Google Drive, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, iCloud), and send us a link to your video. Make sure to give public permission to see your video or we can't show it. 
  • For example: The photos below were taken by Sarah Rafols (Hort Newsletter Editor & Member) from last year's growing season. She loved the bright, sunny, and hopeful colours of tulips planted at Landscape Ontario's Head Office in Milton, ON; the contrast of container petunias that stand out a formal front garden in the Wychwood neighbourhood; and the playful, vibrant swaths of native Echinacea and Rudbeckia at the Toronto Music Garden.

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