Parkview Garden Expansion Celebration Saturday June 21st @ Noon

Parkview Neighbourhood Garden Celebrates Expansion Parkview Neighbourhood Garden has been growing since 2008, but this year is a “bumper crop“. We have expanded to the adjacent property on Parkview Avenue…

Spotlight On Volunteers: Jerome, Carolina & Philip Wong

Jerome and Carolina are parents to 3 year old Philip. They have been regular weekly volunteers at the garden since August of 2013. Gardener Parkview interviewed them, as part of…

Christopher Radko on Lavender Love

EXCLUSIVE Guest Author Christopher Radko: LAVENDER LOVE A timeless and aromatic plant, true lavender has been cultivated since the time of Cleopatra, who, it is said, considered it an aphrodisiac….

Rototilling with the BIG boys

The Parkview Garden Expansion is in full swing. The city has been involved in the construction and saved the day by sending by the BIG rototilling guns to help us…

Bee Nest Boxes in the Garden

Scott McIvor approached our garden to place a bee nest box as part of his post-graduate studies at U of T. He gathered data from many such boxes as part…

May the garden, and you, be flourishing from today, and all the days to come.

A neighbour in an apartment building to the west of Parkview Garden has been keeping an eye on our garden expansion. She shared this photo she took along with her…

Patriotic Potatoes

Red, White and Blue Potatoes? The garden is planted this season with Red Pontiac, Norland red skins, Russet Burbank, and Russian Blue potatoes.

Cold Frames in the Garden

David Peacock has designed an built two cold frames for our garden to extend our growing season. We planted them in April and gave the young plants a jump start…

Planting Heirloom Tomatoes

The Parkview Neighbourhood Garden is in full planting mode. Old and new volunteers are tenderly planting heirloom tomato plants. These are a rare variety that look more like eggplant or…

Parkview Garden Expansion

The Parkview Garden Expansion is in full swing. The city has been involved in construction and came back to rototill the soil. June 21st: Join us around 11-1 to celebrate…