We encourage you to support the businesses and services provided by these ORG&HPS members.
Alpine Troughs, Box 608, Sutton ON L0E 1R0, 905-722-6035, 416-568-6454 (cell),
Anna Leggatt, 2593 St Clair Ave East, Toronto ON M4B 1M2, 416 755-2325,
Anna’s Perennials, 63 Shoreview Rd, Lindsay ON K9V 4R5, 705-799-0062, www.annasperennials.com ♣ Perennials, grasses, shrubs, succulents & hardy cactus for sale. Garden design & planting. Almost 4 acres of garden open to public. Huge winter hardy cactus collection.
Beaux Arbres, Trish Murphy, 29 ch. Ragged Chute, Bristol, QC J0X 1G0, 819-647-2404, www.beauxarbres.ca ♣ Nursery-propagated plants native to the Ottawa Valley & garden-worthy wildflowers from eastern North America. Native grasses for meadows. Of special interest to rock-gardeners; we grow native fen & alvar species. Pollinator-friendly practices - we use no pesticides in the nursery.
Blossom Hill Nursery, Hazel & Joe Cook, 681 Fife’s Bay Rd, Selwyn ON K9J 6X4, 705-742-9923, www.blossomhillnursery.com ♣ Peterborough area. Our own hybrid Delphiniums created from British strains, peonies, native plants, other hardy perennials and seeds. On-site apiary provides honey, candles, queens & nucleus colonies. Newly developed native tall grass/wildflower meadow.
BotanyCa-Wildcrafted Plant Seed Catalogue, Gabriela Costea, Waterloo ON, www.botanicallyinclined.org ♣ Seeds of wildflowers, medicinals, edibles, carnivorous & alpine species. Moist packing for dry-sensitive species.
Brian Bixley, author with photographer, Des Townshend, Minding the Garden: Lilactree Farm, ♣ Reflections from 50 years of gardening on the Niagara Escarpment. Purchase through Friesen Press.
Bryan Shanks, 745 Zephyr Rd, Uxbridge ON L9P 1R2, 905-852-6494,
Canadian Organic Seed Company, Christine Halbot, 154 Centennial Park Road, Woodville, ON K0M 2T0, www.canadianorganicseedcompany.ca ♣ Certified organic by Pro-Cert, certified organic seeds for fruit/trees/veg/herbs, locally grown or sustainably wild-crafted. Peony roots as well as garlic & permaculture food varieties will be sold in Sept.
David Leeman, 647-701-9109,
Direct Travel Personalized Experiences, Nancy Zupancic, 416-873-8222, 905-764-5423, www.virtuoso.com/advisors/12947352/lisa-and-nancy-zupancic for Travel Bio & Reviews ♣ Experiential expeditions, small group trips & custom travel planning. Winner of the Conde Nast Travel Specialist Award 2021-2024.
Ellen Novack, author. ♣ Gardening from a Hammock describes low maintenance gardening. Features gardens of many ORG&HPS members. Healing Cannabis Edibles is an educational primer & healthy cookbook.
Gardens Plus, 136 County Rd 4, Peterborough ON K9L 1V6, www.gardensplus.ca ♣ Hostas & other easy-care perennials. Display gardens. Check website for online ordering, annual events and hours. Early May-June Thursday to Sundays 10-4 Worth the trip to Donwood – just east of Peterborough. See website & social channels for more information
J & B Gardening, Jacqui & Bill Jeffers, 24 Sword St, Toronto ON M5A 3N2, 416-569-2582, 613-583-9969,
Marilyn Cornwell, 3 Sunnylea Cr, Grimsby ON L3M 2Y2, 905-309-0306, www.marilyncornwell.com ♣ Freelance photographer specializing in garden & flower images that preserve memories & capture the essence of your garden's style, plantings, atmosphere, spirit & beauty.
Marion Jarvie, 37 Thornheights Rd, Thornhill ON L3T 3L9, 905-731-1800, www.marionjarvie.ca ♣ Classes from her home Thurs p.m. every two weeks Jan. 12 – June 12, garden consultations, garden design, ornamental pruning, sourcing of unusual or hard-to-find plants. Woodies, conifers, perennials, especially rarities for shade. Plants for sale by appointment or at open gardens See website for dates.
Marjorie Harris Gardens, 199 Albany Ave, Toronto ON M5R 3C7, 416-531-3774, www.marjorieharrisgardens.com ♣ Plant consultant. Former gardening columnist for the Globe & Mail.
Mason House Gardens, Jeff Mason, 3520 Durham Rd #1 (Brock Rd),RR4, Box 886, Uxbridge ON L9P 1R4, 647‐292‐0473,
masonhousegardens.com ♣ Hardy perennials, alpines, hardy succulents & cacti, dryland plants, natives. Also heirloom veggies, tropicals & cool plants for containers & "potscaping". By appointment. See website for open days.
Naturaide, Hugh Metcalfe, 11343A Van Camp Rd, Winchester ON, K0C 2K0,
Nature Gardens, Jennifer Falvy, 1278 Windermere Rd, Utterson ON P0B 1M0, 416-871-5132, www.naturegardens.ca, Garden design, planting and nature programs which create a place for all living things. Jennifer has a certificate from Ontario Master Naturalist Program.
Orchids in Our Tropics, Terry & Doug Kennedy, 15 Wilmac Court, Gormley ON L0H 1G0, 905-727-3319,
Peter Keeping & Sheila Cule, 2152 Maple Grove Rd, RR 6, Bowmanville L1C 6M1, 905-697-7842,
Quebec Terre a Terre, https://englishquebecterreaterre.wordpress.com ♣ Eco-destination focused on self-sufficiency, herbalism and the fragrant arts, located in southern Quebec. Workshops, accommodations, organic vegetarian meals.
Steve’s Greenhouse, 1073 McLeod Hill Rd, McLeod Hill NB E3G 6H8, 506-471-4285,
Taylor Estates, 27 Taylor Dr, Toronto ON M4C 3B4, 416-422-2164,
V. Hildebrandt Perennials, 4075 Victoria Rd, S, Puslinch ON N0B 2J0, 519-821-4736,
Vineland Nurseries, Simone & Jim Lounsbery, 4540 Martin Rd, Beamsville ON L3J 1H4, 905-562-4836, www.vinelandnurseries.com ♣ Extensive selection of dwarf & unusual plants: evergreens, Japanese maples, rhodos, bamboos, trees, shrubs & perennials. Certified Arborist, consultations available. Open April – December. Phone ahead for hours.
Whistling Gardens (Botanic Garden & Garden Centre), 698 Concession 3, RR 1, Wilsonville ON N0E 1Z0, 519-443-5773, www.whistlinggardens.ca ♣ Unusual, dwarf conifers, hard-to-find species of Carolinian & Asian trees, peonies, perennials, grasses, custom propagation.
Wild at Heart Design, Sara Katz, 24 Barlett Ave, Toronto ON M6H 3E6, 416-537-7301, www.wildatheartdesign.ca ♣ Garden designer, growing advice, personalized plant & garden consultations.
Wrightman Alpines, 480 Brandy Cove Rd, St Andrews NB, 506-529-9093, www.wrightmanalpines.com ♣ Many choice items, unlisted rarities available at the nursery, troughs, tufa.