Rare Plants of the Endangered High Park Black Oak Savannah, A Volunteer Stewardship Program Guidebook.
A plant and habitat guide, history of High Park, account of volunteering experiences and catalog of stewardship resources all in one entertaining pocket-sized book. For more information about this Guidebook and where it can be purchased, please see this poster (pdf) or click here.
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More Gardening Resources
LEAF – Local Enhancement & Appreciation of Forests
Backyard Tree Planting Program offers native trees and shrubs to homeowners at a subsidized cost. Services include:
To book a consultation or to order shrubs visit yourleaf.org or call 416.413.9244.
Perennials, shrubs and trees Click on a plant then view the signs.
Why Plant in Fall? (LEAF newsletter Aug 2019)
Canadian Wildlife Federation
What’s a gardener to do?
Native Plant Girl
Check the "native plant gardening & naturalization: how to's" link list at http://nativeplantgirl.blogspot.com
Evergreen - Home Greening Resources
Evergreen Garden Market Weekends at the Evergreen Brickworks
Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation
TPTF is offering residents a locally grown native tree to help renew the Urban Forest. Sign up before May 28 for 2016 or in advance for 2017. Tree for Me pilot project
Wildflowers of Toronto's High Park
Beautiful website of wildflowers found in High Park organized by colour. High Park Wildflowers
In the Zone
Carolinian Canada and WWF - Canada have created an online resource) to help people grow successful native plant gardens. Expert advice, garden tracking and a community committed to helping nature, wildlife and people thrive together.
Lorraine Johnson books on growing native plants
North American Native Plant Society
www.nanps.org has information on gardening, Native Plant Database and other useful information. Their main native plant sale is at the Toronto Botanical Garden on May 5, 2018. There is a related website The Scoop that has newsletters and other local information.
NANPS Native Plant Sale, Sunday May 27, 2018 noon to 4:00 pm Christie Pits, 750 Bloor St. W, Toronto
Society for Urban Land Care
SOUL was formed in response to the growing need for ecologically responsible land care practices. Our mission is to promote and support organic practices in our communities through education, certification and standardization.
Permaculture and Organic Gardening workshops
Garden Design Goes Native
article in The New Perennialist
There are programs offered at York, Ryerson and University of Toronto in Environmental studies.
The Humber Arboretum Centre for Urban Ecology offers courses in a LEED Gold certified facility.
Ontario Invasive Plants
David Suzuki Foundation
Grow Me Instead
GrowIt mobile app
GrowIt Plant a garden. Grow a community. GrowIt!™ lets you Garden Socially, for free. Whether you want to show off your plants, or find something that will work in your garden there's something for every type of gardener.
Gardening Myths Explored and Debunked
Visit the City ravine page for additional downloads re: Forestry Facts & Native Plant Lists, and Invasive Species Management