Welcome to Niagara on the Lake Horticultural Society
Our Society was established in 1917 and is one of the oldest Horticultural Societies in Ontario. We are a nonprofit charitable organization. We are affiliated with the Ontario Horticultural Association, which has led Ontarians in all things horticultural since 1906. There are 19 Districts, with 285 local societies and over 40,000 members. Our 200+ Society members contribute thousands of hours a year to public service.
Up Coming Event!
Sat. July, 8 - NOTL Garden Tour
Advance tickets: $12 Day of tour tickets: $15
The ten residential gardens are all located in downtown, historic Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Consider walking or cycling to avoid parking issues.
For the Garden Tour BROCHURE and MAP Click =>HERE
TICKETS are available via the menu Garden Tour link above.
Tickets can be purchased in person at these locations:
Mori Gardens Design & Garden Centre, 1709 Niagara Stone Road, NOTL
Seaway Gardens & Farms, 175 Lakeshore Road, NOTL
NOTL Chamber of Commerce, 26 Queen Street, in the Court House NOTL
Tickets purchased on Saturday, July 8th are $15 (cash only)
at Mori Gardens Design& Garden Centre – 1709 Niagara Stone Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake
or at any of the ten featured gardens from 10 am – 4pm
What We Do
- Give back to our community with tree plantings, bursaries and grants to our local colleges and provide flowers to residents in nursing homes and our local hospital.
- Promote our local businesses by encouraging them to plant and beautify their properties.
- Encourage all of us to respect our environment.
- Continue working with our Town of Niagaraon-the-Lake and interact provincially and focus on the environment.
Our vision is to work together with other Societies and Garden Clubs on both sides of the borders. Plus we do much more... not to mention we have a great time!
The Niagara-on-the Lake Horticultural Society is part of District 9 which encompasses 13 Societies the others being Dunnville, Fort Erie, Lincoln, Grimsby, Niagara Falls, Pelham, Port Colborne, Ridgeway, St. Catharines, Smithville, Thorold & Welland.
District 9 gardens range from a Zone 5 to Zone 6 with various soil conditions.
For membership info contact our Membership Director email@example.com.
For further Society information, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a list of our Board Members, please click here.
For For the Society Constitution - Click =>Adobe PDF
For For the Society By-Laws - Click =>Adobe PDF
NOTL Horticultural Society, P.O. Box 734, Niagara on the Lake, ON L0S 1J0