Information

Web site links in the list below provide a variety of information and/or product information. Note that we are not responsible for their content or advice.

www.gardenontario.org
Ontario Horticulture Association

Canada Blooms
Canada Blooms

www.markcullen.com
What’s New In Gardening

www.lostladybug.org
Cornell University Lost Ladybug Project

www.gardeningrevolution.com
Raised Bed Gardening – High yield, soil-free gardening beds

www.greatsunflower.org
Attracting & counting bees in your garden

www.dowhatyoucan.ca
Ministry info on pesticide ban

www.thehomezone7.com
Kathy Jerome: pet, property, gardening or personal assistant services.

www.squarefootgardening.com
More produce, fewer weeds, easier maintenance

www.niagaracollegegreenhouse.com
Fact sheets or “Garden Clippings” give basic maintenance for various plants as well as the history behind some of our leafy friends.

www.ontariohostasociety.com
Ontario Hosta Society, St. Catherines, Ontario

www.rhodoniagara.org
Rhododendron Society of Canada, Niagara Region

www.treesaregood.com
International Society of Arboriculture

www.canadianbiodiversity.mcgill.ca/english/species/plants
McGill University data base of Canadian plants.

www.uoguelph.ca/foisbis/oipis.htm
University of Guelph, Ontario Invasive Plant Info System

www.evergreen.ca/nativeplants/index.php
Evergreen Native Plants Database.

www.seeds.ca
Seeds of diversity – sharing heritage seeds

www.avasflowers.net/how-to-start-a-flower-garden
‘How to Start a Flower Garden’ with great tips for beginners.

 

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About Us

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County Garden & Flower Show

When: Saturday 17th June 10am - 4pm

Where: Inside Wellington Town Hall & St Andrew's Anglican Church, on their grounds and the front lawns of CML Snider School.

Schedule and Events
  • Flower Show: Judging takes place 9am to 11.30am. Open to the Public 11.30 to 4pm
  • Victorian Tea: Open to the Public 10.30 to 4pm
  • Silent Auction: Items generously donated by Carson Arthur
  • Master Gardeners: Creating a planter/container. Demonstrations at 11.30 and 1pm
  • Tree The County Pavilion: Find out more about county trees
  • Stuff for Kids


Vendors: See the complete list of vendors planning to be at the Show, click here.

Rules & Information: All the rules you need to know about the Flower Show and Classes, together with information and tips about how to prepare for showing. Click here for the download [375 kb pdf file].

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