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General Gardening Websites
To promote new garden varieties with superior garden performance judged in impartial trials in North America.
British Columbia Iris Society
We are a group of enthusiastic gardeners dedicated to enlightening fellow gardeners about the different types of irises for enhancing all landscapes.
Conferences and Garden Tours across Canada
National Garden Bureau
"Inspire. Connect. Grow." National Garden Bureau is a non-profit organization that exists to educate, inspire, and motivate people to increase the use of plants in homes, gardens, and workplaces by being the marketing arm of the gardening industry.
Other Lower Mainland Garden Clubs/Organizations
B.C. Council of Garden Clubs
The BC Council of Garden Clubs represents garden clubs, allotment and community gardens in BC.
B.C. Fuchsia and Begonia Society
Fostering growing & showing of fuchsias & begonias & other shade loving plants
BRAGS (Burnaby Rhododendron and Gardens Society) is a general interest garden club.
Fraser Valley Dahlia Society
We are a group of Dahlia Growers in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, Canada
New Westminster Horticultural Society
If you are interested in gardening, this is the club for you! We meet monthy on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, except January, at Centennial Lodge in Queens Park.
Richmond Garden Club
Richmond Garden Club was formed in 1957 by a group of like minded gardeners who wanted to share their expertise on all aspects of gardening in an urban environment!
The Vancouver Rose Society
Since 1949, Vancouver Rose Society members have been growing roses, sharing garden tips, enjoying guest speakers, exhibiting roses, forming friendships, and visiting each others’ gardens.
Vancouver Dahlia Society
Promoting Dahlia Growing Since 1955
Gardening Resources Government & Educational Institutions
Climate Data for a Resilient Canada
ClimateData.ca is a climate data portal produced collaboratively by the country’s leading climate organizations. The goal of this portal is to support decision makers across a broad spectrum of sectors and locations by providing the most up to date climate data.
E-Flora BC is a biogeographic atlas of the vascular plants, bryophytes, lichens, algae, fungi and slime molds of British Columbia.
A guide to eco-friendly lawns and gardens in Metro Vancouver
Invasive Species Council of BC
The Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) is a collaborative-based organization committed to reducing the spread and impacts of non-native species within BC.
Plant Hardiness Zones of Canada
This site explores the relationship between plants and climate across Canada. One portion of the site is dedicated to plant hardiness zone maps, another part of the site presents maps and models that summarize the climatic requirements of thousands of plants from across North America. A final aspect of the site gathers data and provides summaries about plants that occur in your area.
PlantWise is a provincial program that supports the (ornamental) horticulture industry's transition to become invasive-free, and is helping gardeners and industry understand which plants are invasive and harmful to our communities, and to make 'PlantWise' choices.