In Celebration of the Year of the Garden 2022
The Garden's of Fenelon Falls book and Greeting Cards
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The Gardens of Fenelon Falls book filled with over 40 pages of beautiful photos, paintings of our gardens and informative gardening charts.
The book includes helpful Did you know tips.
The book includes local gardening information and a Map of all the gardens the Horticultural Society maintains.
Greeting card of Sailboat garden photo by Dan Burnie
Greeting card of Rain garden painting by Marilyn Britt
Greeting card photo by Maddy Warlow
The Fenelon Falls Horticultural Society was founded in 1919 as a member of the Ontario Horticultural Association.
Who We Are
We are local people who love to garden, or just want to learn more about gardening. We grow trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and vegetables. We think all gardening, even if it’s in a container or on a windowsill, is a joy to share.
What We Do
Our meetings are fun and informative, featuring excellent speakers, garden tours, workshops, pot lucks, excursions, and an annual sale of locally grown hardy plants. Our Spring plant sale also features a variety of products from local vendors. We regularly man an information booth at the Country Living Show in April.
We plant and maintain the many public gardens in Fenelon Falls, plus create new ones, to help beautify the Village.
We plant, grow and harvest vegetables at Maryboro Lodge, The Fenelon Museum. All of our produce, 800lbs. last year, is donated to the Salvation Army Food Bank.
We encourage local children and youth to take up gardening and environmental projects, working closely with the Green Team at Langton Public School. We also award an annual scholarship to a high school student who has shown an interest in horticulture.
We explore ways to preserve our environment through native pollinator gardens, rainwater gardening, shoreline restoration, and tree planting.
We accept donations to help us in achieving all our community goals.
Donations can be made through the Community Foundation of Kawartha Lakes
(donations made through the Community Foundation of Kawartha Lakes are issued a tax receipt)
The Society horticultural fund was established by the recommendation and assistance of the Community Fund Fenelon Falls Committee of the Community Foundation of Kawartha Lakes.
The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed not just the body , but the soul. Alfred Austin