Category Archives: InGarden

In the Garden: May 23 to May 24, 2015 Doors Open

It was a lovely weekend in the garden with the sun shining and lots of planting activity. Our neighbours at John McKenzie House participated in Toronto’s annual Doors Open event,…

Compost Arrival May 9, 2015

Compost arrived this week, so several volunteers spent Saturday morning shoveling compost into wheelbarrows and dumping it onto garden beds. The rest of the volunteers continued with the weeding. There’s…

Soil Preparation in South Garden

Soil Preparation May 2, 2015

The first event of the growing season was held on Saturday, May 2 – soil preparation. Although we didn’t get compost delivered during the week by the City as we…

Ontario Beekeepers launched a lawsuit against Bayer and Syngenta

                      This morning the Ontario Beekeepers launched a lawsuit against Bayer and Syngenta – the manufacturers of bee killing neonicotinoid…

Training the next generation of volunteers

Volunteers of All Ages

Training the next generation of volunteers

Garlic Harvest

This year we have both soft neck and hard neck garlic.

Thursday Sales at 6:30 now

Thursday Sales at 6:30 now

Gibson House Summer Day Camp Visitors

On a recent Wednesday, volunteer Nan Davey, hosted a group of school-age children from our neighbour across Yonge Street, Gibson House Summer Day Camp. Nan talked about planting and the…

Sun & Rain in July is Just What the Garden Needs

Remember: Sales Sundays at 2 pm and Thursdays at 7pm One of our potato patches Thai Pink Tomatoes Radishes have been a big seller already Red Leaf Lettuce Chives Sage…

Sales Thursday 7:00 pm

Thursday Sales this Week. 7:00 pmSome possibilities to harvest include: Rhubarb, Mesclun lettuce and possibly red and green, garlic scapes, radishes, kale, herbs