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Garden Open Series

AFTERNOON TEA IN A ROSEDALE PRIVATE GARDEN

Tuesday, September 23,  3:30 to 5:30 p.m. 
Members $40, Guest $45 *

Eventbrite - Garden Open: Second Seating Rosedale Garden afternoon tea and tour

THE FIRST SEATING IN NOW FULL
Tuesday, September 23, 1 to 3 p.m.

Enjoy an afternoon tea and tour of a beautiful urban garden located in the heart of elegant Rosedale. Home to two avid gardeners, this garden contains a wealth of plants designed to provide colour, texture and form throughout the seasons. The garden, which has been showcased in several publications, offers its fortunate guests a delightful combination of perennials, container plantings, quiet seating areas, a reflective water feature and an edible and cut flower garden.

In addition, enjoy a seasonal container demonstration by TBG’s Nancy Eaton Director of Horticulture, Paul Zammit. One lucky guest will take home the completed arrangement!

The event will take place rain or shine, so come dressed to tour and be in the garden. The garden’s address will be included in your confirmation email.

*This is a TBG Members only event. Guests may attend if accompanied by a TBG member.

 

afternoon tea in allan gardens
AFTERNOON TEA AND TOUR OF THE VICTORIAN CHRISTMAS FLOWER SHOW
Monday, December 8, 1 to 3 p.m.
Public $45; Members $40

Eventbrite - Garden Open - Victorian Christmas Flower Show afternoon tea and tour

Monday, December 8, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. *second seating added
Public $45; Members $40

Eventbrite - Garden Open - Second Seating Victorian Christmas Flower Show afternoon tea and tour
Enjoy an afternoon tea and celebrate the season with Victorian Carollers and colourful traditions from the turn-of-the-century. The entire conservatory will be decorated and filled with thousands of flowering plants, over 30 varieties of poinsettia and amazing seasonal topiary masterpieces made entirely of plant material.

During the tea, Superintendent of Allan Gardens, Curtis Evoy will treat guests to a behind-the-scenes talk of how the show comes together, then learn how to create a fabulous seasonal Christmas wreath with TBG’s Nancy Eaton Director of Horticulture Paul Zammit.  One lucky guest will take home the completed wreath. Guided tours through the conservatory will follow.

Allan Gardens Conservatory is located at 19 Horticultural Avenue (Jarvis Street/Carlton Street)

Please note: Both gardens are easily accessible via public transit. Limited street parking is available.

The TBG is a registered educational charity BN 119227486 RR0001

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