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Share Our Common Interest in Gardening and the Greening
of our Community through Horticultural Activities


Proud of Our Accomplishments in 2022

We're assessing the year gone by and there's a lot to be proud of!

  • 351 garden recognition signs placed

  • Two seasons of  Photo Competitions 

  • Two Plant and Rummage Sales: one in the Spring and one in the Fall

  • Zoom presentations to our members by fantastic speakers

  • Continued Volunteer Hours by our Members

  • Community presence maintained through Civic Improvements, Garden Recognition, Poppy Ceremony

  • Awarded a Bursary to a deserving student

Renew Your 2024 Membership 
$25.00 Per Person
$35.00 Per Family

Copyright Notice: All the things you see on our site belong to us, the TGHS, or to the person who made them. Please don't copy them without asking first.


Member Content Rule: We love when our members share photos and stories! Just make sure they're your own work, or you've asked the person who made them if you can share. Remember, you're responsible for what you post.


2024 will Include:
Virtual Zoom
as well as
In-Person Speaker Presentations

3rd Wednesday each month

Mark your Calendars.
Location Details
coming soon for
In Person Meetings


January 17 AGM on Zoom

February 21 Speaker on Zoom

March 20 Speaker on Zoom

April 17 In Person Meeting!

May 15 In Person Meeting!

June 19 In Person Meeting!

July 17 In Person Meeting!

August No Meetings

September 18 In Person Meeting!

October 16 In Person Meeting!

November 20 In Person Meeting!

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for sharing ideas, tips, photos and collaborating on gardening! See amazing gardens, and plants.

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Looking for Board Members for 2024!

Consider a new activity for 2024. Join our TGHS Board! It's fun and we will welcome you into the group to help plan our Society's events for this year. 

We'd love to have you.

Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. - on Zoom
Sharona Goren
"Let's Design"

After years of fostering a growing love and passion for horticulture, environmental restoration and study of related topics, Sharona took the step into a professional career enrolling in the Niagara College School of Environment and Horticulture.

Naturally, she could not get enough of her studies and her hunger for learning grew even more. She graduated with the College seal of Honours in Landscape Technology and is happy to implement her skills and experience in her work.

Sharona established Sharona Landscape Design and provides garden design, garden installation and consultation with her unique approach to garden coaching and personalized designs.

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