November Pot Luck and AGM

Annual General Meeting November 21st, 2019 Optimist Club Hall, Dunnville Deb Z welcomed everyone to this year’s AGM and Christmas Potluck. She reminded everyone to purchase their raffle draw tickets […]

DHS School Challenge Finalists

Three neighbouring schools answered the Dunnville Horticultural Society’s (DHS) School Challenge in a big way, sending over 600 students to Thompson Creek Eco Centre on October 25 for the Grand […]

October Program Night 2019

DHS Program Night October 17/19 Minutes by Ellen Guenther Arriving Early birds received gift bags left over from the Fall forum. ☺ Kim C welcomed everyone . Deb Z and […]

New storyboard commemorates Dunnville’s Floral Clock

by Tamara Botting: The Sachem   Dunnville Horticultural Society project receives Community Project Award The Dunnville Horticultural Society is continuing its efforts to beautify the community. The group’s most recent […]

Dunnville’s Floral Clock

“New storyboard commemorates Dunnville’s Floral Clock.  Built in 1957, the Clock had not kept time since 2013. The internal workings were removed and inspected as to repairs. It was deemed […]

It’s Harvest Time

An earlier Haldimand Press article (July 11, 2019) suggested growing zucchini was a good way to introduce children to gardening. One day before Houston McGowan turned two years of age, […]

Don’t Blame the goldenrod

Columnist Marlene Link asks what plant is the real culprit. Is goldenrod taking a bad rap for your sneezing? Or is the real culprit ragweed? Found growing side by side, […]

DHS hosts Fall Forum

DUNNVILLE—The Dunnville Horticultural Society (DHS) held the District 9 Fall Forum on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at their home base: the Optimist Hall. There were 57 members in attendance from […]

Getting a Spring & Fall Crop

Egyptian onion, also called tree, top setting, and walking onions are unique in different ways. They grow a cluster of bulblets where most onions have a flower. These sets can […]