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Questions or Concerns?

If you have questions or concerns about the matters above, please contact us directly by e-mail to pechorticultural@gmail.com

About Us

The Horticultural Society is a not-for-profit branch of the Ontario Horticultural Society, located in Prince Edward County ... read more >

Volunteer Opportunities

Your chance to give back to your community, meet interesting people, and visit amazing spaces.

Click here to see available volunteer opportunities related to gardening.

Flower Show Winners

Results from the Flower Show can be found here as a 214kb PDF.

Our Photographs

The beautiful images posted for mini shows, garden shows, and our meetings are from photographs created by member Bert Jenkins.

To view his images archived at the Flickr web site, click here.

Random Gardening Thought

Watching something grow is good for morale. It helps us believe in life.

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