DHS 2018 Year in Review

All I can say is “Well Done Everyone!! Together another banner year.” -Our membership is at 234 -With 21 Jr Gardeners and a successful partnership with Hald 4H -DHS is […]


-photo taken by Kim Christoff Dunnville Horticultural Society volunteers were not letting the rain dampen their efforts last week, as they decorated the town pots and planters for winter. Just in […]

Oct. Dunnville Hort Update

Dunnville Horticultural Societies Oct program didn’t disappoint the 63 in attendance. It was a full night of activities. A live auction was held consisting of a antique lawn mower donated […]


Dunnville Horticultural Society was pleased to present its first ever bursary to DSS graduate Riley McConachie. Riley fulfilled the requirements of the bursary: minimum of 10 hours volunteering with DHS, […]

“Autumn…the year’s last, loveliest smile.”

“Autumn…the year’s last, loveliest smile.” [Indian Summer]” ― John Howard Bryant  As summer winds down to fall, it’s time to think about autumn gardening tasks. If your summer containers are […]

Sept. Dunnville Hort Update

Summer is behind us. The Dunnville beds still look beautiful going into Fall. Many dedicated volunteers keep the weeds at bay, while Brad Stirling and Charlie Hartsell  ensure the flowers […]

Hamilton Mum Show, Oct. 27

DHS members are invited to attend the Hamilton Mum show, taking place on Saturday October 27th. The cost of the bus is being subsidized by the DHS, which means tickets […]

Summer 2018 Projects

  Summer updates: The plaques finally added to the 2  benches installed in Centennial Park last year, as part of the 150th project. New Heritage Plaque replaced at the Dunnville Anchor […]

Thompson Creek Eco Centre – Reboot

The Dunnville Thompson Creek Project was started over 20 years ago by a group of organizations headed by the Dunnville Bioregion Association. It was one of many possible projects identified […]

Gardening Tasks for May

  We’d all agree. Spring has been a long time coming. But it feels like it is finally here. Let’s begin our gardening! Rake up winter debris from flowerbeds. Break […]