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Through the Garden Gate 2013 – Plant Lists for Forest Hill Route

Through the Garden Gate 2013 – Plant Lists for Forest Hill Route

103 Dunvegan Road BACK Planters: Angelonia with Mandevilla vine; Cornus kousa espalier along Lonsdale Road wall 125 Dunvegan Road FRONT Stewartia is by front door Driveway planting has...

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Through the Garden Gate 2013 – Plant Lists for South Hill Route

Through the Garden Gate 2013 – Plant Lists for South Hill Route

1 Edmund Gate Front: ‘Diabolo’ ninebark, Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diabolo’ Eupatorium rugosum ‘Chocolate’ Grass on front lawn is bent grass Back: Shrubs : Deutzia Perennials:...

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Paul’s Pick: Stop and Enjoy Mother Nature’s Special Magic

Paul’s Pick: Stop and Enjoy Mother Nature’s Special Magic

Last week, while desperately trying to keep up with my emails, I caught the reflection of falling snow on  my computer screen. When I turned around, I was delighted to see large snowflakes beginning...

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TBG’s Travel Night on Thursday, February 7

TBG’s Travel Night on Thursday, February 7

It's the Next Best Thing to a Trip to the Tropics Enjoy a TBG Lecture, Travel Fair and more! The fun starts at 5:30 p.m. "The Globe-Trotting Gardener" Floral Hall, 7:30 p.m. (seating from 6:30...

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Halloween Howl (Family)

Halloween Howl (Family)

Try out your Halloween costume during an afternoon of spooky scavenger hunts, tantalizing treats and a light-hearted look at Halloween's creepy critters. Adult accompaniment and registration...

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Kindergarten

Kindergarten

Munchkins in the Garden – Garden [TG14STMG] Patterns, Cycles and Natural Occurrences Indoor programs are available on special request or when the weather prohibits an outdoor...

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Grade 1

Grade 1

Eyes on Life GARDEN PROGRAM Characteristics and Needs of Living Things [TG14STEL]What do plants and animals need to live? Are they the same things? Through hands-on activities and dramatic games,...

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Grade 2

Grade 2

Garden Dwellers GARDEN PROGRAM Growth and Changes in Animals [TG14STGD]Can you guess which animals make the Toronto Botanical Garden their home? You might be surprised at the answer! Students will...

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Grade 3

Grade 3

Soil: That’s Not Dirt! GARDEN PROGRAM Soils in the Environment [TG14STND]  Soil is so much more than dirt! Through hands-on activities, students will become soil detectives to explore and...

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Grade 4

Grade 4

Where the Wild Things Roam GARDEN PROGRAM Habitats and Communities [TG14STWW] Hands-on activities and outdoor games introduce habitat concepts and the busy community of birds, insects, plants, and...

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