Bath Gardening Club

a member of the Ontario Horticultural Association 

The Bath Gardening Club is dedicated to helping beautify the Village of Bath, Ontario,
to share gardening information with fellow gardeners,
and to promote an interest in and enjoyment of gardening and related activities.
Please consider attending one of our meetings where you can be assured of a warm welcome.

News !

Bath Sunday Market opens May 7! Please see information for vendors below.

Our annual Fertilizer Sale is May 5! Order before April 30. Tap here to open Flyer!
Our online order form (tap to open) is quick & easy!

Attend our April 24 meeting at 7:00 p.m. to hear Carson Arthur, Canada’s go-to garden expert!

Now’s the time to submit your Volunteer Hours!
Open the guide (tap) for details on using the new online form.

The Spring Edition of our Club’s Newsletter! Enjoy! (click title to open)

Please note that the Bath Gardening Club executive has decided to require members and guests to be vaccinated to participate in meetings and club events. If you have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone with COVID, please do not attend. Thank you for your understanding.

Meetings are usually held on the third Monday of the month from September through to June
in St. John’s Hall, 212 Church Street, Bath.

April 24, 2023
Monday, April 24, 7:00 p.m.
St. John’s Hall, Bath
“Going Green Outdoors” with Carson Arthur, landscape designer & TV host.
[tap title to open flyer]
Guests and new members are welcome. Please bring your mug, and be vaccinated!

The Bath Sunday Market runs from May 7 to October 15, 2023 at Loyalist Park, Main Street
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

Market Vendor’s Agreement

Market Code of Conduct

Vendor’s Market Application – online form

1000 Islands Master Gardeners – Ask a Master Gardener Weekly Learning Series

Plant Sale by 1000 Islands Watershed Land Trust, on May 27 in Athens, ON

Bird House Auction by OHA District 2 to support the OHA 2023 Convention, July 21 in Kanata

Bath Gardening Club Newsletter – Spring 2023 – Wow! This newsletter is packed with information and activities.

Homemade Suet recipes (and Suet feeding tips for Birds) from Birds & Blooms: 5 free recipes for creating bird suet for your garden 🐦

Arboretum 2023 Virtual Workshops from the University of Guelph

Want to join the Club? You can sign up online! Register for a new individual or family membership, or renew your current membership by using the online form and payment options, including e-transfer, on our Join Now! page .

Interested in making a donation to the Bath Gardening Club? Please see the Join Now! page and the Payment Methods for Dues and Donations. Thank you for your support.

Critical information on Barberry shrub varieties including the native Berberis canadensis, an excerpt from the newsletter of Rideau 1000 Islands Master Gardeners

Butterfly Way Project – David Suzuki Foundation

Stop the Spread of Jumping Worms , Halton Master Gardeners

Remember to check our Resources page for more gardening information!

Watch this page for dates and information of upcoming gardening events in the community.

2020 Recipient of the Bill Lowry Volunteer Recognition Award from Loyalist Township
for the Club’s significant contribution towards the beautification and enrichment of our community;
2017  Winner of the OHA Pollinator Haven Award;
2016 Winner of the OHA District 3 Appreciation Award for Community Beautification;
2014 Winner of the Ted Reed Website Competition, Class 2 of the OHA

The Club appreciates the generous support from the community organizations who help our Club
to serve and beautify our Village of Bath.

Drawing: Shirley Miller

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