The Manitoba Master Gardener Association (MMGA) is an independent organization with no affiliation to other Manitoba garden clubs some of which are listed below.
Agassiz Garden Club
Agassiz Garden Club is located in Lac du Bonnet, MB
They meet February to June, September to December, usually the second Wednesday of the month. During the winter months our meetings are scheduled for afternoons. We have a new location for our meetings, they are now held at the Lutheran Church of the Cross, 253 McArthur Ave, Lac du Bonnet, MB
For specific times and information contact Ruth Monych, President (204) 345-8696
Arborg Communities in Bloom
Although Arborg does not have an active Garden Club, they do have a very active group of community volunteers working under the guidance or Town of Arborg’s Tom Chwaliboga. When a project is decided upon, a call is issued to the community and the volunteers take over with financial support from the Town. This small prairie town has successfully competed in consecutive Communities in Boom events and won their events. They do not hold formal meetings.
Contact: Tom Chwaliboga, Town of Arborg, 204-376-2647
Beausejour Daylily Gardens
Meetings are the 3rd Monday of the month at 7:30pm at the Beausejour Town Office.
Information video: http://youtu.be/MklZ42V5KDA?list=PL9jmulnkJeevoxCf23q0aNelGD4-66VfC
Beautiful Plains Garden Club (Neepawa)
Meets at various times and locations, please contact Brent Hunter, President (204) 368-2346 or Berni Harley, Secretary (204) 476-5816 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brandon Garden Club
Meets on the third Wednesday of the month, at 7 pm at Don Glen Hall, 311 Park Ave. East, Brandon, MB. Use Park Avenue Activity Centre – North Door.
Garden Club of Carman
Located in the Town of Carman, MB
For meeting times and dates contact Alice van der Wal, Secretary (204) 745-3442 or email email@example.com
Charleswood Horticultural Society
Meetings held 7:30pm – 9:30pm, the second Wednesday of every month, at Charleswood Senior Centre, 5006 Roblin Blvd. (beside the fire hall).
2021 – Meetings via Zoom.
April 14/21 – 7:00pm – Attracting Honey Bees – Rebecca Krowelski, owner and operator of Prairie Sweetheart Honey Apiary will talk about honey bees including information about how to attract pollinators to our gardens.
This event is free to everyone. You can register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday morning, April 13.
All are welcome, and there is no charge to attend the evening.
More info on their website: http://charleswoodgc.ca
East Kildonan Garden Club
Meetings held – 7:00pm – second Tuesday of scheduled month – 2021 Meetings via Zoom.
Membership fees: Annual individual: $15.00 Annual Family: $20.00
Non-members attending meeting: $5.00 per meeting
2021 Theme – Shrubs
For information or wanting to join please email: email@example.com
Fort Whyte Alive – Speaker Series – join us for our various speakers throughout the year.
Click here for our events calendar.
Gardens Manitoba – Click Here
For more info: phone 204-895-4560 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gimli Garden Club
Monthly meetings every third Monday except: January, February, July and August.
7:00PM at Environmental Office, North Colonization Road, Loni Beach,Gimli
Next door to New Horizons at 17 North Colonization Road, Loni Beach, Gimli.
In early June membership undertakes planting of the municipal containers, planters and gardens. In July and August garden tours are arranged both in the Interlake area and further afield. December is the Christmas luncheon.
Everyone is welcome
Grand Forks Horticultural Society
Meetings at 10:00am (except where noted) – Parkwood Senior Living, 749 S. 30th St., Grand Forks, ND
Hartney Horticultural Society
For meeting times and dates contact Laurie Bodin, Secretary (204) 858-2434 or email email@example.com
Herb Society of Manitoba – meetings on 3rd Monday of every month at 7:00 to 9:00pm at Assiniboine Park Conservatory (unless noted) www.herbsocietymb.com
Killarney & District Horticultural Society
Meetings are held at the Killarney Town Hall, for times and dates contact Eleanor Skeoch, President (204) 523-8584 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Living Prairie Museum – 2795 Ness Ave., Winnipeg, MB R3J 3S4
More information and events calendar: Click here
Manitoba Regional Lily Society www.manitobalilies.ca
Minnedosa Horticultural Society
For meeting times and dates contact Albert Parsons, President (204) 867-5244 or email email@example.com
Morden & District Horticultural Society
Meetings held in the Kinsmen Room of the Morden Access Activity Centre, 111 Gilmour St. Morden, MB
Contact: Tanya Wainio
Website: Nature Manitoba
Newdale Horticultural Society
For meeting times and dates contact , Helen Caird, Secretary (204) 849-2206 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Prairie Naturals Gardening Group –
March 18/21 – begins the spring madness for prairie native plants. Aimee McDonald from Prairie Flora and Kelly Leask from Prairie Originals as well as Mick Manfield (Gardens Manitoba, Selkirk and District Horticultural Society) will welcome us into spring. Aimee and Kelly will provide an overview of their catalogues and what’s new for purchase this year, and Mick will outline some of the preparation you can do this year and next for a PNGG Garden Tour in 2022. Please register through our website http://bit.ly/3sNvlrs or directly on Eventbrite http://bit.ly/3c4fcqR
You may want to download their 2021 catalogues in advance:
Prairie Originals catalogue: http://www.prairieoriginals.com/uploads/pdfs/Catalogue2021.pdf
Prairie Flora catalogue: https://www.prairieflora.com/prairie-flora-plant-catalogs.html
And, updated from last year, Members who would like a copy of the Excel spreadsheet which lists both vendors’ native plants, sortable by colour, height, etc., please contact Murray Gadd, email@example.com
Our website has been updated; I invite you as well to check out the website to see what is planned for the future http://bit.ly/3sNvlrs
Monarch Watch Monarch Waystation Program
Canadian Wildlife Federation
Fort Whyte Naturescape
Become a member of Prairie Naturals Gardening Group ($20 annual membership, family is $35) or attend as a guest ($5) and meet others interested in native plants gardening. Payment can be made by e-transfer or cheque. Contact Linda Loewen for payment details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Selkirk and District Horticultural Society
All general meetings held the third Tuesday of the month from September to June at 7:00pm at Selkirk United Church Hall – 202 McLean Ave., Selkirk, MB
Workshops held each month also.
Contact Kris Kubay, President, (204) 757-9900 or email email@example.com
South Interlake Garden Club (Stonewall)
Join our mailing list for updates on dates & times of our events, just email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Tanya Daher, President (204) 467-2235
Facebook – South Interlake Garden Club
More info on their website: www.sagardenclub.com
Still Bloomin’ Gardening Club
Meetings held at Grace Christian Church, 50 Barnes St., Wpg., MB
Held on the last Thursday of the month – 1:00 – 3:00pm
More info: phone: 204-946-0839 www.pal55plus.ca
St. James Horticultural Society (The Garden Club)
Meets the third Tuesday of the month, Linwood School lower level at 7:30 pm, Entrance off Winchester Ave.
St. James Flower Arrangers – meet the first Wednesday of the month, Linwood School at 7 pm.
Garden Plots on Silver Ave for rent each year.
Contact Pam McFarlane, President email@example.com
Facebook – St. James Horticultural Society
St. Vital Agricultural Society – www.svas.ca
We hope everyone is keeping well! Spring still seems a ways off, but we’re ready to announce our 5th year of plant fundraising with Glenlea Greenhouses. The website www.glenleagreenhouses.com is up and ready for taking orders. PLEASE ORDER EARLY as last year many items sold out. We hope we can count on your support and perhaps that of your family, friends, co-workers. Follow these simple steps once you are on the Glenlea Greenhouses Home page – select Spring Fundraisers – once you have finished shopping go to your Cart – select “support and pick up at a fundraiser group – select St. Vital Agricultural Society pick up May 8, 2021.
The Thompson Zoo currently operates the only community garden program in Thompson as well as houses the only public botanical garden park. Thompson once had a horticultural group (Thompson Garden Club) several year ago, however they have now folded. The Zoo hosts various workshops throughout the year—seed starting, garden box building, container gardening, seed saving etc. The Zoo also assists and mentors various schools and agencies with garden related projects.
Contact: Erin Wilcox, Executive Director, Thompson Zoo
Tel 204-677-7982 Fax 204-778-4186 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Transcona Garden Club
Meetings held 7pm-9pm on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at Transcona Retired Citizens Centre, 328 Whittier Ave. W. – Annual membership$15.00 Individual Family (maximum 2): $25.00 Non-member: $5.00 per meeting.
Transcona Flower Arrangers meet the second Friday of the month at the Transcona Retired Citizen’s Centre, 328 Whittier Ave West, Winnipeg, MB from 1 pm to 3 pm.
Contact: Lorene Schipper, President (204) 224-2356 or email email@example.com
Facebook: Transcona Garden Club
West Kildonan Horticultural Society
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of the months February to June & September to October at the West Kildonan Memorial Community Club, 346 Perth Ave. – 7:00pm
Meetings are held at the Central Community Centre, 529 4th Street, Brandon, MB — 7:00pm – first Thursday each month from September to June (occasionally varies) Students: $10.00 Adults: $20.00 Couple: $30.00 Guests: $3.00 All are Welcome!
Contact: Judy Olmstead, Secretary 204-571-0224