Food for Community Meals

This summer, the garden has been donating produce to CHIRS, a community based nonprofit, supporting adults with acquired brain injury in Toronto. Many of their clients experience food insecurity, a…

Food for Butterflies

These monarch butterflies were rescued and fed on milkweed from our garden, They were released back into the wild in September 2020 and should be able to make it back…

Basket of patty pan squash

August Garden Update

Here’s a quick look at what has been happening in the garden in August 2020, and what the rest of the season may bring. The City of Toronto has comprehensive rules…

Fedges donated by TreeMobile

New Fedges from TreeMobile

What’s a Fedge you ask? Why, a Food Hedge of course! Thank you TreeMobile https://www.transitiontreemobile.org for their generous donation which includes asparagus, grape vines, an elderberry kent, raspberries and gooseberries!

Strawberries starting to form

Seedlings and Perennials: Late Spring Update

 Spring has well and truly sprung despite uneven temperatures and precipitation, and who can forget that late April snow!! A small cadre of physically distanced volunteers have mostly finished planting…

COVID-19 Updates and Restrictions at Parkview Neighbourhood Garden

  Thank you for your continued support of Parkview Neighbourhood Garden. You’ve probably been wondering how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect this year’s gardening season.  The leadership team has been…

2020 Season Volunteer Leader Positions in Garden

Happy winter everyone. We are only two months from the start of the 2020 season at Parkview Neighbourhood Garden (PNG). We hope that you can join us again this year,…

Thank You Team PNG!

Thank you for a great season! 2019 has been a fantastic year for Parkview Neighbourhood Garden. Starting in January, a group of interested volunteers started meeting at North York Public…

Group Work Makes Short Work of Garden Work

2019, more than any of our previous years, was most definitely the Year of the Group. We had more teams working in the garden, transforming more of our spaces, than…

Example of Sign for Perennial Planting

New Signs to Guide Your Visit

Have you noticed our new signs this fall? Thanks to a generous grant from the bursary program of the Landscape Ontario Toronto Chapter, we brought in a number of soil…