Saturday and Sunday, June 13 and 14, 2015
Toronto Botanical Garden’s 28th annual tour of private gardens in Toronto takes place on Saturday, June 13 and Sunday June 14, 2015). This self-guided tour is done at the pace and interest of the participant. Complimentary shuttle buses allow garden-goers to hop on and off as they make their way around the garden route. If there are any questions, Toronto Master Gardeners are stationed in each garden to help identify unusual plants and points of interest. A printed guide and map are also provided with the purchase of your ticket and some gardens even have QRcodes to download the full plant list.
Time: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
One-Day Pass: Public $45 / TBG Members $40
Two-Day Pass: Public $60 / TBG Members $55
Students $25* (One-Day Pass Only)
HST is included in the ticket price.
*students must show valid I.D., available for one-day pass only
ENJOY A GASTRO-GARDEN EXPERIENCE
Enjoy eating a truly green lunch powered by the Pickle Cycle. No carbon is emitted on your lunch delivery and all packaging is 100% compostable. Think food truck, only on a bike. The Pickle Cycles are located along the route and serve salads and sandwiches.
|“This neighbourhood was selected for the extraordinary mature gardens that punctuate its hill-and-dale topography and for the winding roads that provide stunning views around every turn. This is truly “where the river meets the ravine,” steps away from Yonge Street and the urban core of North York. Hogg’s Hollow shows once more that Toronto is a city of gardens.”
MARK CULLEN, 2014 HONORARY CHAIR
|“Unquestionably the crème de la crème of garden tours—classy, elegant, well organized and full of useful information about plants worth growing.”
SONIA DAY, TORONTO STAR COLUMNIST
TAKE A SNEAK PEEK OF THE 2014 GARDEN TOUR:
For more information: 416-397-1483 / email@example.com
All proceeds from this event support Toronto Botanical Garden.
Previous neighbourhoods featured on Through the Garden Gate
2014 — Hogg’s Hollow
2013 — Forest Hill and the Gardens of South Hill
2012 — Rosedale
2011 — Swansea Village
2010 — The Beach
2009 — Beyond the Bridle Path
2007 — Wychwood Park and Davenport Ridge
2006 — Toronto Islands
2005 — Rosedale East
2004 — Rosedale
2002 – Lawrence Park
VIDEO: Through the Garden Gate 2011 with Paul Zammit