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Leslieville Gardeners

For any type of gardener, whether you are a pro or an amateur! Share advice, comments, and discuss your Leslieville gardens!

Members: 82
Latest Activity: Aug 6, 2014

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How to Remove Hornets Humanely

Started by JM. Last reply by Purrbollina Jun 26, 2013. 1 Reply

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Comment by Purrbollina on May 7, 2013 at 11:30am

Anyone have any news on the status of the Leslie Grove Community Garden?

Last bit of info was that city gave approval & then a notice about free compost; since then nothing. 

I'm sure people would like to start planting  soon & there was lots of interest at first meeting 1 year ago..

Here is facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheMosquitoGarden?fref=ts

Comment by Purrbollina on February 25, 2013 at 2:14pm

Ready, Set, Plant!

Tue Mar 05, 2013

6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

60 mins

Queen/Saulter Program Room - Ralph Thornton Centre

Join expert, Lawrence (Larry) Sherk, for a workshop which will teach you how to prepare your garden in time for spring. Larry is the former Chief Horticulturist for Sheridan Nurseries Limited. He was also a staff member of the Plant Research Institute, Canada Agriculture in Ottawa, where he conducted research on the growing of Canada's native plants in the garden and helped develop Canada's plant hardiness map for woody ornamental plants. Larry is the senior author of the book "Ornamental Shrubs for Canada", and also author of the publication "Growing Canada's Floral Emblems." He is currently researching the history of Sheridan Nurseries in advance of the company's 100th anniversary in 2013.

Comment by Doll Factory by Damzels on November 13, 2012 at 2:52pm

Hi Gardners of Leslieville!

The shops, galleries and restaurants of Leslieville invite you kick off the Holiday season.

Thursday November 15th 2010, 6pm-10pm

Queen Street East (Logan to Leslie)

Follow our gnome on Twitter @ WanderlustGnome. 

For more info: facebook:  Lesleville Wanderlust

Play along with this year’s Holiday Wanderlust Adventures and enter a draw to win TWO great gift baskets of swag!.

Gnome Statue Scavenger Hunt: Visit all our participating businesses, find all 5 Leslieville Gnomes to enter the draw to win!

 Wandering Gnome Raffle!: Leslieville’s Wandering Gnome will be visiting all participating businesses; find and sign up with the Gnome to win.

 There will be many great deals and fun give-aways. Please join join us for our 7th Wanderlust...you've helped us grow this into a much anticipated event!

 

 

Comment by Greg H on October 17, 2012 at 10:19pm
There doesn't seem to be much activity for such a busy gardening season. Has everyone divided (and shared)their perennials; bought and planted their spring bulbs, etc. If anyone has divided plants now is the time to share with friends and neighbours. Pruning season is also upon us but I always like to wait until all the leaves have fallen. Happy Fall!
Comment by Jacqueline on July 30, 2012 at 12:23pm

Hi everyone. Just wondering if anyone has advice about when to prune hydrangeas in Toronto? I have just moved to Toronto from Australia where the seasons are very different. Also wondering if anyone could recommend a place to buy fresh herbs (to grow) in the Leslieville or Beaches area? Thanks for your help :)

Comment by Bobby Wang on July 1, 2012 at 7:39pm

Hi all. I just got permission from my landlord to repurpose my weed-ridden front yard for gardening. My street is tree-lined and shaded, so I guess that limits what can be grown. Ideally I'd like something edible and racoon-proof. Any advice for a newbie as to what I can start with at this time of the year?

Thanks!

Comment by Pat on March 30, 2012 at 9:00am

Hi there. I just got an email from Claudine. The meet and greet for Sunday at Leslie Grove park for people who want a community garden has a rain date: If it is still raining at 12 noon, we will rain check the Meet and Greet for SUNDAY APRIL 8TH @ 1PM.

Comment by Pat on March 28, 2012 at 10:09am

As of this morning, it's on Diesel, too (Android eBook site).

Comment by Whit RB on March 27, 2012 at 3:38pm
Wow, that's so cool, Pat! Must check it out!
Comment by Pat on March 27, 2012 at 2:47pm

If you are curious about what George Leslie was selling out of his Nurseries here in Leslieville in the 1850's and 60's, I've just published an ebook, and have compiled a list of over 1000 trees, shrubs and plants from two of his catalogues. I've been able to source some of the plants in modern nurseries, too, so you could plant things in your Victorian garden that would have been sold in Victorian times. Apple trees through to roses, phlox, and dahlias! My book is now available on the Chapters-Indigo eBook site.

 

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