April Meeting and Members' Plant Sale featuring Tony Reznicek

Apr 9, 2017 - 12:30pm - 4:00pm

Our first plant sale of the season!! Bring a plant and buy a plant (or more)!!

Speaker starts at 1:30.

Virginia Hildebrandt and Arie and Lee Vanspronsen will be selling their plants as well. Virginia will have a few Delosperma 'Reznicek' among her plants.

View Virginia's plant list.

View Arie and Lee's plant list.

See our Facebook page for photos of Arie's plants.

Free Seeds

Bring in your unwanted seeds to share with other members.

NARGS has sent us a sizeable shipment of excess seed from their 2016-17 exchange and, starting at 1 p.m., these seeds will be made available. Many were wild collected and there is a limited supply of most species. First come, first served. 

Membership Cards

At the request of several members, we have prepared membership cards which you can pick up at the meeting.

Virginia Hildebrandt's plants for April 9 .pdf131.56 KB
Arie & Lee Vanspronsen's plants for April 9 .pdf212.56 KB


Adapting Rock Gardening Techniques to your Local Conditions -- Crevice Gardens, Troughs, and Utilizing Tufa.

Tony Reznicek


Tony Reznicek

Tony describes himself as an ‘avid gardener, with interests in native plants, rock gardening, Chinese and Japanese woodland plants, hardy succulents, and plants of evolutionary and botanical interest.’ His research focuses on the evolution of sedges, with a focus on the Great Lakes region as well as the neotropics, especially Mexico. His interests also include the biogeography of N.E. North America specifically as it applies to the migration, colonization, and evolution of the flora of the region. Tony is also active in conservation strategies for the Great Lakes region.

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Toronto Botanical Garden

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Toronto, ON