Wed. Nov. 22, 7pm: Holiday Social and Centrepiece Session

Feast, Flora, and Fauna!

Bring grub and a mug!

Wednesday, November 22 at 7pm is our holiday pot luck!  Please bring your favourite sharable!!! 

To add to the excitement, our very own Tara Moore is going to demonstrate how to make a seasonal centrepiece!

If you want to make a centrepiece to take home, here are a few things to bring:
  • a mug (can be plain or a Christmas theme)
  • wet oasis to fit your mug (that hard green florist stuff)
  • evergreen branches (or your favourite fillers)
  • pruners
Some other optional items you may wish to decorate with are ribbon, pine cones, berries, and a candle.
Looking forward to seeing you all soon!

Wed. Oct. 25: Registration continues during Gardener's World

Register and enjoy the show!

Registration continues during a BBC presentation!

In our second meeting of the season on Wednesday, October 25th, 7:00pm at the PRCC, we will continue registration for anyone who missed it last month while we are treated to a special BBC presentation. 

Monty Don is a well known expert gardener, gardening writer and UK broadcaster. He presents the show "Gardener's World" from his amazing garden "Long Meadow" in Hertfordshire, UK. The show is wide ranging garden design, problem solving and seasonal information for the average home gardener.

We hope you will join us for another informative evening!

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New Season Starts Wednesday, September 27, 7pm, PRCC

Come join the fun!
Wednesday, September 27th is our first meeting of the season and we ask you to come prepared to volunteer to help with the program! We are all going to participate in running the club this year - bring your ideas!

We will once again be meeting at the Prospect Road Community Centre. Social time starts at 7pm.  Business starts at 7:30pm.  Registration fees will be $20 per person or $30 per couple for the year. We plan to host 8 meetings with special guest speakers at many meetings plus plans for potluck socials in both November and May.

In our first meeting of the season, we like to share pictures from our gardens.  Please bring them on a thumb drive or email them in advance to and Valerie will get them ready for viewing.

This is also a great time of year to move and divide plants so we'll do a plant swap for anyone who has a plant or two  needing a new home!!

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Saturday, June 10, 2017: Our Club Plant Sale

To view the event on Facebook, click here.
Saturday, June 10, 2017 @ 9:00am

Prospect Road Elementary School parking lot
(2199 Prospect Rd, Hatchet Lake, NS B3T 1R8, Canada)

The Prospect Area Gardening Club members are potting up some beautiful plants at excellent prices from their very own gardens! Drop in to visit a gardener, talk plants, ask questions, and discover new additions for your garden!

Rain date: 
The following day: Sunday, June 11, 2017 @ 9:00am

June 9 - 18, 2017: Garden Days

Canada's Annual Celebration of Gardens & Gardening Garden Days is Growing!
Canada's Annual Celebration of Gardens & Gardening Garden Days is Growing!

Canada's Annual Celebration of Gardens and Gardening

Garden Days is growing!
Garden Days is the national, fun-filled celebration of the vital role that gardens and gardening play in our communities and our lives.  We are pleased to announce that starting this year, Garden Days will be a 10-day event from June 9 to 18 inclusive with National Garden Day being celebrated on Friday, June 16.
In response to popular demand, Garden Days 2017 will span two weekends, the second being Father's Day weekend, and the week in between. This 10-day period, from June 9th to 18th inclusive, will give activity organizers, especially schools, much more flexibility to host a weekday activities and /or to host activities on either or both weekends, the choice is yours!  

There is no cost to you for being part of this national program!

 If you are wondering how your horticultural society, club or association can be a part of Garden Days, here are a few suggestions:
  • We invite you to declare Friday June 16th as 'Official Garden Day' in your community. We've made it easy for you to do this. Just visit  click the 'Garden Day Declaration' button and follow the prompts. Once you receive the official declaration from your Mayor, register it as a Garden Days activity on the website.
  • Schedule a guided tour of a local public garden or park; plant sale; floral arranging demonstration; a guest speaker or a  'how-to' demonstration to benefit your organization and/or the general public. 
  • Host a casual members'-only garden open house and tea party. 
  • Garden Days is a great opportunity to partner up with other like-minded garden/plant organizations to collaborate on a new initiative. 
  • Post a local Garden Days schedule on your website and social media pages to engage community residents to attend your events or to simply inspire them to visit a local park, garden centre, or to just dig in and get gardening!
  • If your community is holding any garden-themed Canada 150 celebrations between June 9 to 18, register the events on the Garden Days website
Whatever you decide to do, we invite you to register your activity or promotion, at no cost, on  It's as simple as clicking on the 'Register' button and inputting your information.
As soon as you register your activity, we'll send you the Garden Days Official Activity logo, which you can use in promotions of your activity.

Looking for inspiration?

If you'd like to see the wide variety of activities that have been organized in previous years, click on 'See Past Activities' at the top of the 'Activities' page at You will discover a treasure trove of ideas!
Garden Days is supported by a vibrant national Public Relations and Social Media campaign as well as national and provincial spokespeople. We invite you to connect with your provincial spokesperson by visiting the home page of and clicking on the name of your provincial spokesperson, and also to share your activities on the Garden Days Facebook page at and on Twitter at:  #gardendayscanada

We hope you'll get involved!

Questions?  Please don't hesitate to get in touch with Carol Cowan at 416-929-1066 or  
Garden Days is organized by: Canadian Garden Council

Wed. May 24: Spring Social & Denise Adams

We support our local food bank by collecting donations at each of our meetings!

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Club Social &
Denise Adams

Celebrate gardens springing to life!

7:00pm - 7:30pm 
We'll start with a food fiesta!! Bring along your favourite eats, enjoy the company of garden friends and share your garden plans! :)

7:30pm - 9:00pm
We are excited to hear author Denise Adams' ideas for achieving success gardening close to the sea. Denise will have the following books available for sale (cash only). They make a great gift or gift-to-self!

Atlantic Coastal Gardening  $27.95
Little Book of Sea & Soul  $10.95
For the Love of Lobster   $18.95

Denise Adams is a lifelong seaside gardener who holds a Master of Arts and Art Education from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She has held positions of bilingual tour guide for the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and Citadel Hill. She began teaching French immersion and then taught art and sociology at the high school level in the Halifax Region. More recently, she has worked as a survey assistant and is now a landscaping consultant and custom home designer for Saltspray Holdings Inc. in the area of St. Margarets Bay.
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Wed. April 26, 2017: We're in Hammonds Plains with Crystal Godfrey

We will be meeting in a different location this month!

Wednesday, April 26, 2017


Special Guest Crystal Godfrey

We are invited to visit the Hammonds Plains Area Garden Club this month!

7:00pm - 9:00pm
Guest speaker, Crystal Godfrey (Secret Gardens by Crystal), will present Matching Plants to Conditions: addressing specific situations such as wet areas, alpine gardens, condominium and balcony gardening challenges, woodland gardens, trees for small yards, sun vs. shade loving plants, planting for bloom time and year round interest, hedging and privacy, and dealing with deer!

Location Details
Bedford-Hammonds Plains Community Centre, 202 Innovation Drive, Bedford - basically part of the CPA High School.
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Go in the REC Centre entrance, up the stairs, turn left, and enter the first large room on your right down the hall.

It promises to be a fun night!
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