November 2012Previous Issues
Expo generates positive energy for both attendees and exhibitors
A positive vibe was very evident among both attendees and exhibitors over the two days that Expo 2012 took place at the Toronto Congress Centre.
Awards honour garden centres and growers
The best of the best were honoured Wednesday morning when Landscape Ontario named the winners of the Awards of Excellence for Garden Centres and Growers at Expo 2012.
Unique dry stone event attracts world’s best to Ontario
Now that the dust has settled from the Stonewurx International Dry Stone Walling Festival held Sept. 26 to Oct. 1 in Hanover, we can look back on the largest event of its kind.
LO members celebrate National Tree Day
For the second consecutive year, Landscape Ontario members marked National Tree Day with plantings at provincial schools.
London members continue work on tree planting project
Members of the London Chapter continued their strong support of the Veterans Memorial Parkway tree planting project with 225 more trees going into the ground on Sept. 29.
Durham hosting new horticulture tech program
In September, Durham College began an exciting new horticulture technician program.
Pathway to Perennials raises record amount for cancer fund
For the ninth consecutive year, LO member Pathway to Perennials in Kettleby hosted its annual Art and Jazz Charity Garden Party.
Landscape Ontario Celebrates 40 Years
Bald cypress is practical choice for urban areas
While searching for a tree species that is suitable for withstanding the stresses of urban environments in Ontario, the swamps of Louisiana would not often be the first location to look.
Greenhouse conference features Anna Ball
The 33rd annual Canadian Greenhouse Conference, held Oct. 3-4 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls, featured two days of education sessions and a trade show with over 300 booths.
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