Author Archives: TBG

About TBG

777 Lawrence Avenue East Toronto ON
Seedlibrary1

TBG Seed Library – Now Open

TBG has partnered with the Toronto Seed Library (TSL) to establish its very own seed library. This seed collection is located in TBG’s Weston Family Library. What…

sumac lemonade

Sumac Lemonade

We’re only talking about edible sumac here (Rhus glabra or Rhus typhina), the one with fuzzy red upright cones of berries. It’s called lemonade because…

Milkweed_3_620x359

Plants for Pollinators

Director of Horticulture, Paul Zammit’s top choices and all-around favourite plants which are much-loved by pollinators: Monarda (Beebalm or Bergamot), in particular Monarda didyma (beebalm),…

city critter family programs

City Critters Family Programs

Join TBGKids on the first Saturday of the month for hands-on, interactive programs about Toronto’s amazing urban wildlife. Programs are open to all ages, and…

TBG yellow flowers in forground with building in the back

We’re Open!

Toronto Botanical Garden is not a City facility; it will remain open during any City labour disruption.

city country wild map

Creating a New Botanical Garden

In January 2015 Toronto Botanical Garden (TBG) unveiled its proposal to elevate the TBG to the level of other globally-acclaimed botanical gardens. The “Integrated Conceptual…