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MGOI Resources

These links were prepared with Ontario gardeners in mind and are a good start to find information about gardening. If you have any questions or require further information, contact a Master Gardener group near you.

Healthy Lawns (Landscape Ontario)

Lawn Care (OMAFRA)

Caring for Your New Tree or Shrub (Credit Valley Conservation)

How to Plant a Potted Tree or Shrub (Credit Valley Conservation)
Bird Gardens (Credit Valley Conservation)

Butterfly Gardens (Credit Valley Conservation)

Beneficial Insects (Credit Valley Conservation)

Bee Friendly Garden (David Suzuki)

Guide to Creating a Pollinator Patch (Ontario Horticultural Association)

Pollinator Health Action Plan (OMAFRA)

Planning your Butterfly Garden (Halton Master Gardeners)

Backyard Habitat Certification Program (Canadian Wildflife Federation)
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs

ONVegetables (Timely updates for commercial growers useful to home gardeners)

ONFruit (Timely updates for commercial growers useful to home gardeners)
Rain Gardens (Credit Valley Conservation)

Rainwater Harvesting (Credit Valley Conservation)

Rain Gardens (Lake Simcoe Conservation)
Garden Myths
Master Gardener Robert Pavlis’s blog debunks common gardening myths by providing information that will be of use to every gardener.

There Blooms a Garden
Master Gardener Holly Rupert's blog supporting gardeners who plant and tend in the northerly region of Ontario or in any northern locale. It doesn't stop there: her blog is chock full of gardening tips for everyone.

Toronto Gardens
Master Gardener Helen Battersby and sister Sarah Battersby come from long lines of English gardeners. Both gardeners blog on Toronto gardens, but poke their green noses into growing spaces all over the city. Real gardens, real people.

The external links on this site are provided for your convenience. Inclusion of a link in no way indicates approval or endorsement by MGOI.