Category Archives: InGarden

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Come Join us for PNG clean up on Saturday April 23, 2016

The weekend of April 22-24 is the City’s annual “Clean Toronto Together” initiative, and what better place could there be to do some cleaning than Parkview Neighbourhood Garden? So, on…

Brussels sprouts still growing!

In the Garden: December Blooms!

A walk thru the garden on a beautiful spring-like Christmas Eve afternoon was so delightful! There were sightings of the Mayflower daisy, fava beans and Brussels sprouts!  Forsythia was starting…

Bountiful Harvest at the Community Share Food Bank

In the Garden: November Hues

We are winding down for the winter season but PNG continues to bloom! Our new partner, The Community Share Food Bank, utilized surplus produce from our Fall Clean-Up Day on…

Surplus food for food bank

In the Garden: Final PNG Cleanup and Potluck Lunch Oct 24, 2015

Thank you to all the volunteers who helped us today and this season! We’ve had a bountiful 2015 harvest and look forward to 2016. Luckily, we were able to donate…

Maybe one of the last sightings of a monarch on our zinnias!

In the Garden: Final Harvesting and Monarch sighting

PNG is winding down with final harvesting and one last Monarch sighting!

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PNG Fall Cleanup Day and Potluck Lunch: Saturday, October 24th, 2015

Date – Saturday, October 24th, 2015 Time – 10:00 to 12:30 – garden work 12:30 – potluck lunch Location – Parkview Neighbourhood Garden (134 Parkview Ave., beside MacKenzie House) We…

Lovely Greens & more Sat Sales Oct 10

In the Garden: October Blooms

October is upon us with bountiful harvests, herb drying and moving the mulberry bush!

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In the Garden: Monarch Mania!

The Monarch Butterfly visits us again and our zinnias continue to bloom!

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In the Garden: September Blooms Continue!

More beautiful blooms continue during these “September Summer” days!  Enjoy!

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In the Garden: September Blooms & More!

September is upon us and PNG continues to bloom with beautiful zinnias and sunflowers! We are delighted that the Monarch butterflies have returned!