The Regina Horticultural Society is dedicated to keeping the City of Regina and Saskatchewan green and beautiful. Through education and community involvement the society teaches and practices gardening specific to our Canadian climate zone . The society encourages and supports all who have a green thumb, and those that hope to acquire one.
The RHS offers a variety of programs, workshops, bus tour and events throughout the year. Our activities include guest speaker presentations, an annual Spring Plant Sale and our Fall Garden Festival display at the Golden Mile. Our Calendar page outlines the programs for the upcoming year which educate, promote, and encourage gardening in the Regina and surrounding area. We offer something for gardeners of all skills and interest levels. For more more information about the RHS, please checkout other sections of this site.
Mar 24, 2011 Tree Pruning presented by Natalie Randall of Natural Choice Tree Service
Check out the latest on our website on the lower right hand corner of the page. The Book Worm will feature new releases and some old time favourites geared to gardening and great reference materials.
We hope that you will take a peak at what some of the newest releases for gardening are in 2011!
Joining the Regina Horticultural Society is the perfect way to grow your gardening skills throughout the year from the experience and expertise of other members, guest speakers, newsletter articles and participation in social activities. We extend an invitation to join our Society, please see our enrollment section.
Volunteering with the Regina Horticultural Society is a great way to meet new people, use your skills and learn new ones. You will find a friendly social atmosphere at our volunteer events, and will be surrounded by those who share your interest in gardening.
Volunteers play an important role at the Society. There are many ways to become active. The Society has a number of events throughout the year with a variety of positions; there is something for every volunteer.
Support the Hort
Funding for the Society's operations comes from proceeds from the various events, plant sale, membership fees, donations and corporate sponsorships. An elected executive also provides governance and support, and a dedicated team of volunteers help to carry out the numerous activities.
The major fundraiser for this year is our cookbook "Garden Cookery" compiled from members' (both past and present) tried and true recipes. The theme of the cookbook centres around what to make with produce grown locally or in your own garden. The cost for each book is $10.00.
Anyone interested in obtaining one of these great cookbooks, can call Sandra @ 584-9500 or Contact Us
Do you have a question about gardening? Contact us . We would love to share our expertise and knowledge with you.
Also please check the RHS Community Bulletin Board for various other informative items posted to our website by request from different organizations.
We always welcome suggestions how we can improve on our website. Is there a program or speaker that you would like to see? Are there events or interesting fundraisers you'd like to share? Please email us and we will do our utmost to make things happen.
We hope you will enjoy your visit and come back often.
Let's keep growing!