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Of all the native trees, none is more enchanting in flower than the redbud (Cercis canadensis), shown here in full bloom in late May in Nature’s Garden. Once the small pea-like flowers wither and fall, large, heart-shaped leaves emerge. They turn bright gold-yellow in autumn.

Book Your Guided Group Tour

The TBG offers tours of four Toronto gardens lead by friendly, knowledgeable, fully trained guides. Tours are modestly priced and make a memorable, educational and…

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Free Summer Garden Tours

Volunteer Tour Guides conduct 90-minute informative and engaging tours designed for people to gain a greater understanding of plants, the natural landscape, landscape design and…

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Edwards Gardens

Edwards Gardens sits adjacent to the Toronto Botanical Garden. This former estate garden features perennials and roses on the uplands and wildflowers, rhododendrons and an…

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Spring Flowers

Fritillaria raddeana (Fritillary) Garden Hall Courtyard; This close relative to crown imperialis blooms very early with greenish lime-yellow flowers lined with burgundy. Fritillaria meleagris (Snakes Head…