The gardens are designed to educate and inspire, spanning four acres within Toronto’s Don Valley Ravine. Admission to the gardens is free. Indoor and outdoor learning experiences are available for all ages including courses, garden tours and nature camps. During the summer enjoy dining at the garden café, a Thursday organic farmers’ market, free guided tours and a free outdoor music series. The LEED Silver-Certified Building houses a truly unique garden shop and horticultural library and is available for social and corporate rentals.
Here are some photos from a recent visit in May 2018.
The entrance to the gardens from the parking lot.
There was an extensive edible garden for fruits and vegetables.
Unusual colors, plants and varieties fill the Toronto Botanical Garden.
Japanese maples were everywhere in full sun unlike Texas.
There were allium in the back, hostas in the middle of the photo and this unusual flower in the front that we could not identify.