Celebrate spring by joining two North American Native Plant Society (NANPS) tours of Toronto Botanical Gardens!
The first tour, (1.30 – 3.00pm) will go into Edwards Gardens and Wilket Creek, to look for invasive species and learn about their effect on local ecosystems.
After a short break, there will be a second tour (3:30 – 5.00pm), with a focus on TBG’s “Nature’s Garden” (plants typical of the eastern Canadian shield) and the brand new native Woodland Walk, where NANPSters can assist with the planting at the end of the tour!
The tours are limited to thirty people each, so book NOW for one or both walking tours by contacting Sue Hills by phone at[masked], or by email to: [masked].
The cost is $8 per person per tour. Pay either at time of booking or pay on the day of the tour.
Tours take place come rain or shine!
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT TBG:
-Toronto Botanical Garden features 17 different styles of garden spread over four acres.
-It is at the south-west corner of Leslie and Lawrence.
-There is free parking.
-TBG is accessible by the TTC using buses 51, 54 and 54A from Eglinton station.
-Programs can be paid for with cash, MasterCard, Visa, or by check payable to Toronto Botanical Garden.
-There is a library, gift shop and washrooms, but the cafe is closed until May.
-See www.torontobotanicalgarden.ca or call[masked] for more information.