With 450 outstanding activities registered on the site – from wacky to educational, fun to environmentally sustainable – they certainly provided loads of fun and interest for the garden- and gardening-loving public of all ages.
This year’s activities ran the gamut from garden tours to private backyard events, school and library programs, how-to demonstrations, BIA events, proclamations of ‘Official Garden Days’ in towns and cities across the country, flower and garden festivals, garden centre and community garden events, horticultural society and garden club activities and just about everything in between.
The Canadian Garden Council and the tens of thousands of people who participated in your events and activities congratulate you on your creativity and engagement with Garden Days 2018.
The Garden Council would like to extend an extra special ‘Thank you’ to our supporters and sponsors: Scotts Miracle-Gro, the Alumni Association of the Niagara Parks Commission School of Horticulture Foundation, Bullfrog Power, Canadian Nursery Landscape Association and the Agri-Marketing Growing Forward program. With a special shout out to our outstanding national and provincial Spokespeople and network of Champions without whom Garden Days 2018 would not have been the success it was.
dates for Garden Days 2019 are Saturday, June 15 to Sunday, June 23, inclusive.
National Garden Day, to be celebrated on Saturday, June 15, will mark the launch of Garden Days 2019
2019 Garden Days Activity Registrations
Registration for 2019 activities will open in the fall of 2018. Please ‘stay tuned’ for exact registration start date to be announced on this website.
Looking for Garden Days Activity ideas for 2019?
This year’s activities are a terrific source of inspiration. Just click on the ‘Activity’ button where you’ll find hundreds of outstanding events and tons of wonderful ideas.
Garden Days, a program of the Canadian Garden Council, is a joyful, country-wide celebration of the role of gardens in our communities and in our lives. The program’s objective is to draw attention to Canada’s garden culture, history and innovations and to underscore the importance of public and private gardens, the values of home gardening and the promotion of environmental stewardship.
We invite you to be part of this exciting national event!