Winter is coming to an end

Hopefully we have received our final snowfall so the soil can begin to thaw and early perennials will begin the process of waking up. One thing we can be sure of...when we see those first dandelions, it will be spring!

In the meantime, volunteers have been busy potting up roses and the first little blooms are appearing in the greenhouse.  Dahlias have been removed from cold storage and are being potted up this week.

To keep the Botanic Park beautiful during the 2017 growing season, our volunteers put in 13,335 hours!  We are always looking for some extra hands to help maintain the Park - for information on volunteering at the Botanic Park, please visit Volunteer Opportunities

Although Park entrance gates are always open for visitors,

the Gift Shop, patio and washrooms are now closed until May 5th

April 25, 2018    

Spring Class # 4      

First Class Fruit in a Cold Climate

 

Please visit our 'Classes' page under 'At the Park' to register online and view our other classes.

 

 

May 2, 2018    

Spring Class # 5

Introduction to Making Your Own Terrariums, Living Walls and Micro Environments

Please visit our 'Classes' page under 'At the Park' to register online and view our other classes.

May 2, 2018    

Spring Class # 6

Stop and Smell the Roses

Please visit our 'Classes' page under 'At the Park' to register online and view our other classes.

May 5, 2018

Gift Shop Opens

 

Please visit us in May when we will have a new selection of gift and garden related items in our Gift Shop.

May 11 - 13, 2018

Mother's Day Rose Sale

 

Our 21st annual sale of roses will take place over Mother's Day weekend.  We had tremendous support from the community last year and we sold 90% of our roses over the three days.  For a list of roses that we are selling this year, please visit Roses for Sale .