The Applewood Garden Club of Mississauga Ontario is a small community-based club.

Most members live in south Mississauga–Applewood Acres, Orchard Heights, Sherway Gardens, Clarkson and Port Credit–but some hail from Oakville and Etobicoke.

Need we say that no matter where you live, you’re welcome as a member or guest at our meetings and events.

Our focus is horticultural, of course, but we also love to socialize.

A Christmas dinner and a June meeting in a member’s garden, with refreshments, are two of our social events.

We also believe in giving back to the community, and have raised thousands of dollars in support of deserving local organizations.

See About Us for more of our history

  • Monthly meetings feature informed and articulate speakers with take-home ideas
  • Our Great Neighbourhood Gardens tour takes you to inspiring gardens you can relate to. See how gardeners like you solve problems like yours.
  • The annual Plant Sale offers choice perennials and tried-and-true plants from members’ gardens.
  • Meetings are the third Thursday of every month September to May, at St. Luke’s Anglican Church, 1513 Dixie Rd., across from Dixie Value Mall.

     50 Shades of Green

April 25, 2019

Green is soothing and peaceful. It gives a sense of naturalness and earthiness. Learn how to garden having fun with foliage, textures, grasses, green plants, and a splash of colour. Let’s look at plants with different shades of green that can fill our garden with beauty and texture.

Suzanne Zacharczyk has been a member of the Etobicoke Master Gardeners since 2009, and is currently its co-ordinator. She is also director of operations for Master Gardeners of Ontario, and is past president of the Applewood Garden Club.

St Luke’s Anglican Church, 1513 Dixie Rd,  7:00 pm

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