Welcome to the Milton & District Horticultural Society

All things gardening for over 100 years. Join us!

All things gardening for over 100 years. Join us!

All things gardening for over 100 years. Join us!



Fall Workshop – Cancelled

Unfortunately we have had to cancel this year’s fall workshop (August 23) at DG Greenhouses. Please watch our social media channels for additional updates.

Plant Sale – Cancelled

Unfortunately we have had to cancel this year’s plant sale. Even though the Province allows 10  people outside together, that would only allow for the volunteers and not the public to be in attendance at the plant sale. To avoid any possibility of cancellation of insurance and a possible fine we decided not to go ahead with the sale this year.  This just adds to the long list of activities that we hope can be resumed next year!

Many regrets but we are looking for ways to fundraise over the next months!
Jen – President

Gift of Membership

Looking for a unique gift? Want to support a local organization and enjoy all that membership has to offer? This year, we are offering gift memberships. Simply fill out this form with the contact information of the person you are gifting the membership to, then we’ll send you a gift certificate you can either print or email to them. Download the form here.

Regular General Meetings are Online!

We are holding our regular General Meetings – by  Zoom! Make sure you check your newsletter for updates on guest speakers, dates and times. If you are not yet a member, join us! All are welcome. Click the Join Now button to find out how to become a member.

Special Events

Check out the 2021 Calendar of Events for everything we hope to do in 2021. As always, stay tuned to Social Media for last minute additions or changes to the calendar. And members, keep an eye on your emails for updates.

Grow Me Instead Guidelines

The Ontario Invasive Plant Council has released the new “Grow Me Instead (Southern Ontario) guide“, 3rd Edition, which is now available online! This release marks the most notable update of this popular guide since its initial release in 2010. With nearly 40 new “invasives” and “alternatives” included, this guide remains a fixture for invasive-free gardening across Ontario. Especially note page 17 (daylily).

What’s coming up in 2021?

Watch for our 2021 Speaker Series. Free to ALL members


Become a Member!

Download the Volunteer form to start tracking your 2021 hours.  

Click on the image below to download the form.


Volunteer Form