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Exploring the Plant Selections for the “Woodland Hillside” at Rockway Gardens

The “Woodland Hillside” is an enchanting new area within Rockway Gardens that is currently under development.
The Woodland Hillside section of Rockway Gardens in Kitchener, Ontario, in the spring.

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The 2023 Rockway Gardens Amaryllis Sale is Back!

Hello members, The last of the leaves are finally falling and the holidays will be here before we know it.
2023 Amaryllis Sale presented by Rockway Gardens in Kitchener, Ontario

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Watch the recording: Vermicomposting Seminar with Amanda Hunter

Watch guest speaker, Amanda Hunter, owner of Worm Wrangler, share everything you need to know about vermicomposting.
September Seminar: Vermicomposting with the Worm Wrangler hosted by gardenKitchener

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August Garden Tour in ‘Midtown’ Kitchener

Join us for the August Garden Tour in "Midtown" Kitchener, a neighborhood located halfway between Downtown Kitchener and Uptown Waterloo.
White House with covered porch and blooming summer garden out front

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June Garden Tour in Kitchener’s East Ward

The first Garden Tour of the 2023 season is shaping up to be a great one! Join us on the evening of Tuesday, June 13th, from 6:30 p.
peonies

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2022 Vegetable Harvest at Rockway Gardens

Once again, the Rockway Gardens staff (led by Garden Supervisor, Karin Clemens) have been successful in their initiative to grow edible plants alongside the traditional ornamentals in Rockway's garden beds.
boxes of vegetables that were recently harvested

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Don’t Despair: A Better Summer is on the Way (We Hope)

This past season has presented many challenges for gardeners.
person pouring water onto plants from a green watering can

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What’s in Bloom in October?

At this time of the year, we are frequently asked "what's in bloom".
a close-up of aster flowers in bloom

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Read the Autumn Issue of OHA’s Trillium

Trillium is the quarterly newsletter of the OHA (Ontario Horticultural Association).
A stone garden urn filled with tall grasses and flowers in front of a garden with red flowers and bushes

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Cichorium intybus (Chicory)

The wild Cichory has many names according to Publication 505 Ontario's Weeds published by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
blooming flower of Cichorium intybus (Chicory)
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