Do you love gardening? Are you concerned about Mississauga’s environment?
Whether you are a new gardener looking for support or an experienced one who is willing to share what you know, there is a place for you in Streetsville Horticultural Society. Even gardeners who have moved from homes into apartments and no longer actively garden are most welcome as volunteers.
Our main purpose is to beautify Mississauga through the planting of trees shrubs and flowers. We do this in a variety of ways either by planting them ourselves or assisting others or encouraging others to do it. Our Horticultural Society volunteers are busy each year with local community beautification projects such as the gardens at Leslie Log House, Rotary Park and Leisure World Long-Term Care Home in Streetsville.
Next meeting: Tuesday, June 14, 2016
COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN REFORM CHURCH
Doors open 7:00 p.m., Meeting starts 7:30 p.m.
Speaker: Christine Gilhuly: Christine’s talk is entitled, “Lazy Gardening”, a welcome topic after we spent many hours in May preparing our gardens for summer. Christine Gilhuly has been working for Lee Valley Tools since the Waterloo store opened in 2011. She is the gardening expert on staff, fielding questions from customers on a huge variety of topics. She regularly hosts gardening seminars there with topics ranging from seed starting, to lawn care, to pruning, to just about anything garden related. She has a particular interest in seed starting and starts several hundred seedlings every year. In her spare time, she volunteers with the Kitchener Master Gardeners and has been an active gardener for nine years.