How to Care for Poinsettias

So many of us greet the holiday season with a poinsettia in our home. This most popular Christmas plant brings instant beauty. The colours are limitless thanks to science and […]

Annual General Meeting and Christmas Potluck

DUNNVILLE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OPTIMIST HALL 6pm, Thursday, November 18, 2017 A festive Christmas hall welcomed everyone to our Christmas potluck celebration and Annual General Meeting. 63 people […]

Putting town beds to rest

Dunnville Horticultural Society volunteers were out in full force preparing Dunnville’s public beds for winter. Removing annuals, cutting back perennials and preparing the pots for the Christmas Season.​

Raised Bed Gardening

Raised Bed Gardening      Fall signals for gardeners a time to rest. Autumn is also a time of reflection and planning for the next growing season. Raised bed gardening […]

Sept. 2017 DHS Monthly Program – Optimist Hall

DUNNVILLE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY MONTHLY PROGRAM OPTIMIST HALL Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 68 people signed in as we resumed our program night after the summer break. Debbie Thomas warmly welcomed guests […]

Every leaf is a flower

    “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” Albert Camus.   Autumn is my favourite season, a season of beauty and reflection. As gardeners, we […]

When Watermelons Are Ready to Pick

  I guess I’m a bit old fashion.   I still like to grow extra sweet tasting, deep red watermelons with seeds.  To me they’re tastier than the seedless, easy to […]