Come and join us, We dare you to "get your feet wet!"
The Greater Toronto Water Garden & Horticultural Society (GTWGHS) is an organization that formed in the Spring of 1999 with a handful of enthusiastic water gardeners
who wish to promote the hobby of water gardening through the sharing of knowledge and experience.
It is a non-profit, volunteer-managed society of amateur water gardeners.
The club was incorporated 24th February 2006 by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) within the meaning of the Agricultural and Horticultural Act.
The Purpose of the Society is to introduce and educate the novice and experienced water gardener to all aspects of safe and healthy water garden practices, through the exchange of ideas at meetings and newsletters, as well as interaction with the commercial and business world.
Meetings are held on Sunday afternoons and take place in Spring, Fall and Winter. Usually at The Banbury Community Center in North Your. In the summer there is a Plant Sale and a Water Garden Tour. We also try to hold our first fall meeting at a garden center.
At these meetings we have knowledgeable speakers, a question & answer session to share ideas and experiences, a plant table and refreshments.
Some meetings are held at a Nursery or at a private water garden.
Membership is per calendar year, $20.00 for a single membership or $25 for family membership, which is two persons of the same household.
The Greater Toronto Water Garden & Horticultural Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting all aspects of safe water gardening.
We welcome new water gardeners keen to learn, experienced water gardeners eager to share, commercial growers, hybridizers, botanical garden and college professionals, hobbyists with wide ranging experience, aquatic plant specialists, fish specialists, manufacturers of water garden products and others who appreciate the delights of water in the landscape.
For more information please call 416-438-4862 or 905-986-0310.
Or you can contact the club via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the address and directions to the Banbury Community Center,
See the google map on the "CONTACT US" page.