These are for members only, and numbers will be limited to each event. So be sure to sign up early! Our president Dianne Tedford will take your registration. Her contact info will be available in our newsletter and can also be found in the back of your 2020 yearbook. No year book will be produced this year.
2020 has been a year we’ll not likely forget. After our meetings in February and March all others have been cancelled due to Covid-19. We hope to duplicate the speakers list for 2021 but at this point no solid plans … Continue reading →
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Are you interested in finding out more about the Lakefield Horticultural Society? Why not come out to a meeting and see what we’re all about? Admission is free to most meetings, and you don’t have to be a member to … Continue reading →
Looking back at the list of “Walk-abouts” we had planned for this year ….we’ve not been able to successfully get out! Covid restrictions and bad weather have held us back.
Well we’re not giving up! We hope next Tuesday, Sept. 14th to visit Anna’s perennials. 6pm.
You must pre-register by contacting our president Dianne Tedford. () Members also have her phone number in the yearbook and would also have received an email with full contact info.
Anna is originally from Poland, and came to Canada in 1989. In Poland she spent 2 years at Horticultural College, and worked at the local Farmers Co-op. In her spare time she worked in local orchards, and grew and sold some of her own plants.
After moving to her “cottage” from the Toronto area with her new husband in 1994, her gardens were growing, and after two years, she started selling a few plants and seedlings out of that location .. thus Anna’s Perennials was started.
Anna’s European background, and formal schooling at College gives her a different perspective towards her style of planting, and incorporating many of the plants that are not popular here, but are in other parts of the world.
Anna is a mad gardener as she is always looking for a new plant, collecting seeds and trying to grow plants that others say aren’t possible in our area.
For several years, Anna has been giving talks/demonstrations to various horticultural groups in the area on many different topics, such as ‘winter hardy cactus and other succulents ,’ ‘perennial grasses’, my favorite plants’ .
We look forward to a personal tour of Anna’s gardens.
63 Shoreview Road, Lindsay.
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Have you ever wondered who pays for these baskets? Well…WE do! With your support! Over the last couple of years donations have also been received from some merchants. Each year we host a plant sale with plants donated by members … Continue reading →
This is a ticketed event and will sell out. Call Brenda at The Avant-Garden Shop to reserve your tickets now. 705-743-0068 $10.00 cash only. Our feature speaker for 2020, Sean has been gardening professionally since age sixteen. He is a … Continue reading →
Well known to LHS members for their amazing peonies and delphiniums, Joe and Hazel will share with us information about their newest passion, beekeeping. Come and hear some interesting facts about honeybees; their habits, hives and care, and also some … Continue reading →
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If you have ever ventured inside the stunning greenhouse at Burley’s Gardens you know what amazing orchids Marg has. Come learn more about these fascinating flowers – proper watering, repotting, when to trim, types of medium, pest control etc. http://www.burleys.ca/
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As the co-founder of this national charity, Leora has many years of experience in the stewardship of the remaining wilderness in southern Ontario. She will explain why protecting our local area is vital to the continuation of a uniquely diverse environment.