To celebrate 75 Years of Giving and Growing and the Year of the Garden, the Garden Club of Toronto (GCT) has just launched a video featuring the gardens it has created over its 75 year history. The video, produced by Iconica Communications Inc, gives a unique perspective on just a few of the garden projects that have helped make Toronto a more beautiful and environmentally-friendly place. Over its history, the Garden Club has invested $9 million dollars in over 50 garden and civic projects across the GTA.
The Club is also launching a new Map App that is intended to act as an aid for the public who wish to take self guided tours of our beautiful green spaces. The Map App can be easily viewed on a cell phone to help visitors navigate their self guided visits to our gardens.
Garden Club of Toronto Projects:
- Spadina Museum
- Casa Loma
- North Court, Roy Thomson Hall
- June Callwood Park
- Humber Arboretum
- Our Lady of Lourdes Church Garden
- St. James Park
- Evergreen Brick Works
- Teaching Garden, Toronto Botanical Garden
- Entrance Garden, Toronto Botanical Garden