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Garden & Horticultural SocietyBeautifying Richmond Hill since 1914

October General Meeting with Guest Speaker Ken Brown

  • October 01, 2019
  • 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
  • McConaghy Seniors' Centre, 10100 Yonge Street

Ken BrownGuest Speaker: Ken Brown
Topic: Soil Control and Plant Propagation
Healthy soil is a key ingredient to healthy plants, and Ken will share tips for improving our garden soil so that our plants will benefit next year. As well, his presentation will cover propagation techniques that we can employ over the winter and early next spring.
Former Toronto Zoo Superintendent of Horticulture and owner of The Plant Manager interior landscaping firm, Ken Brown shares his love of horticulture through teaching, public speaking, and writing. Visit Ken online at



harvest showFlower Show: Harvest
Exhibits at our final flower show of the year include specimens of flowering and edible plants growing at this time of year, potted plants, and special designs. Details are available in the 2019 Flower Show Schedule (click here).




Holiday Celebration Tickets

As of Friday, September 27th, tickets are 80% sold out! To secure yours, we recommend you consider a purchase through our website or arrive early to our October General Meeting and head straight to the ticket sales table. For more information and online ticket purchase, click here.


Share Your Seeds

Jennifer Pyke and Valerie Accardi will be accepting donations of seeds this evening, for resale early next spring at 40 cents per package or three packages for one dollar. If you would like to share your seeds, please package them in small plastic envelopes, readily available at venues such as Dollarama. Write helpful information on the envelope such as the name of the plant, variety and flower colour, if applicable.

Attendance at this general meeting is free to members, $5 for non-members. 

Members, please wear your name badges.

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