Before going to a community or allotment garden, users must do the Ontario Ministry of Health self-assessment for COVID-19 and if they do not pass the assessment, they should not use the community or allotment garden. Learn more about using community and allotment gardens during COVID-19.

Explore and be inspired by the City’s many gardens and conservatories. Find hands-on gardening opportunities at community and allotment gardens, plus enjoy the new generation of naturalized gardens and their abundant birds, bees and wildlife.

Conservatories

The City's three conservatories are home to diverse and exotic collections of plants and host colourful seasonal displays in spring, fall and winter.

Public Gardens & Horticultural Displays

Toronto's public gardens are celebrated for their horticultural diversity and varied terrain. Everything from classic formal gardens to modern interpretations can be enjoyed year round.

Urban Agriculture

Toronto has community gardens and allotment gardens that provide access to City lands and allow gardeners to grow their own plants and flowers.