Garden Tour Details

DIG is excited to announce the gardens participating in this years Community Garden Tour. Please join us this Sunday July 26th in celebrating all the unique ways that Durham gardeners are producing tasty foods and beautiful flowers.The tour starts at the Bowmanville Ecology Gardens where DIG will be presenting our new guide: “A Field Guide for Common Garden Pests and Diseases”. From here we will carpool/drive to each of the gardens in the order listed below. Some snacks will be provided along the way, but a packed lunch is recommended.   -   @durhamdigs    -    -


On the day of the tour lost travelers that need to be found can contact us at 905-621-6193 (cell)

A Google Map of all the participating gardens is here: A printout of the table below will be provided at the start of the tour

1Bowmanville Ecology Gardens9:30-10:00181 Liberty St S, Bowmanville, ON L1CJust North of the 401 behind the Tourism Office


2Valley Plentiful10:25-10:451564 Kingston Rd Pickering, ON L1VSouth Side of Kingston Rd just west of Brock Rd


3Whitby Ajax Garden Project11:00-11:204001-5907 Lake Ridge Rd, Whitby, ON L0BLocated on the east side of Lakeridge road , just south of Hwy7


4Maple Tree Community Garden12:00-12:2085 Albert Street, Cannington, ON L0E 1E0Beside McCaskill Mills Public School in Cannington, Ontario


5Lavender Blu1:00-1:302375 Bank Rd, Seagrave, ON L0C 1G0Located on the East side of Simcoe Street just inside Seagrave


6Mary Street Community Garden2:05-2:251139 Mary St N, Oshawa, ON L1G 5G9North Oshawa Park just North of Beatrice Rd and Mary Street


7Salvation Army Community Garden2:35-2:55570 Thornton Rd N, Oshawa, ON L1J 6T6Salvation Army Church just south of Rossland (Second church on the right)


8Hebron Community Garden3:05-3:254240 Anderson Street, Whitby, ON L1R 2W1Just north of Rossland on the West side


9St. John's Anglican Church Garden3:40-4:00150 Victoria Street East, Whitby, ON L1N 9L8Just East of Brock St S on the North side of Victoria Street