Welcome to the Halton Region Master Gardener website.


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If you are interested in becoming a Master Gardener, please take a moment to look at the following pages which explains who we are, what we do, where we meet, etc. and then go to the Become a Master Gardener page to learn how to get in touch with us.

                    Advising  gardeners for over 30 years

Next Meeting

Wednesday May 2nd  2018   at 7:15pm      (Meeting place to be confirmed)

Field trip on tree identification with Brandylyn Tiffney from the City of Hamilton Forestry Operations.

If you are interested in attending, please email us at   haltonmastergardeners@gmail.com

Cross Pollination  – our Newsletter – April 2018 Edition

This  newsletter has lots of interesting and timely articles and is also available on line    The Newsletters sub-page of the Resources page contains links to all of our newsletters dating back to 2008.

Upcoming Events of interest

April – May 2018           “How to be A Great Gardener”   The City of Hamilton Libraries   presentations on gardening for the spring of 2018. For latest details see the See us in Action page

April 21st      9am to 2pm       RBG Plant Faire    We are happy to be taking part in Plant Faire again this year at the at the RBG Centre

May 29th,  31st, June 2nd, 5th   Oakville Tree Tenders Volunteer Training                           for information see                                                                                                     https://www.yourleaf.org/event/may-29-2018/oakville-tree-tenders-volunteer-training

To Halton MG Members:    

Please sign in to view the Halton MG  Calendar of events.    Please check the Members Pages for information on  the latest additions and changes to website.


We are now on Twitter which we are using to publicize events,  link to media, connect with other MG and garden-related sites and to provide gardening tips to follow on Twitter.   If you have a Twitter account you can “Follow” us at @Halton MGs.                                              You do need a personal Twitter account to Follow.   Why not try it if you haven’t.