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"Digging it" in Bath since 1990

Bath Gardening Club is a volunteer organization with about 100 members. The aim of the club is to beautify the Village of Bath, to share gardening information with fellow gardeners and to promote an interest in and enjoyment of gardening and related activities.

The Bath Gardening Club is a not-for-profit branch of the Ontario Horticultural Association. We are a member of District 3 of the Association.

Our History
The Bath Gardening Club is located in the Historic Village of Bath, on the shores of Lake Ontario. It was founded in 1990 and became a member of the Ontario Horticultural Association in January of 2013 Read More…..

Past Presidents
The Bath Gardening Club has flourished and grown with the guidance and direction of our Presidents from founding to present. Our thanks and appreciation go out to them all. Read More…..

Our Executive and Board of Directors
Members volunteer their time and energy in the running of our Club. Our Executive consists of seven volunteer members who are elected at our Annual Business Meeting in June. Read More…..

Our Constitution
All activities of our Society conform to the Agricultural and Horticultural Organizations Act R.S.O. 1990 and its regulations. Read More…..

Our Growing Zones
The main focus of our website is to provide helpful information on the growing regions in which we are located. Bath and its surrounding area are in zone 5b, while the areas north of Bath are in zone 5a to zone 4b. Read More...

Annual VincaOfficial Flower - The Annual Vinca
The annual Vinca plant has been the official flower of the Bath Gardening Club since 1993. The Cora Punch variety is disease resistant to fungal blight, is heat and drought tolerant, and offers bountiful, five-petaled blooms that are attractive to butterflies. 

Barrel on Main StreetBarrels and Planters on Main Street
The barrels and planters on Main Street are maintained by Bath Gardening Club volunteers. In the spring, members help to renew the soil, plant the annuals, and supervise the placement of the barrels by the Loyalist Township.  In addition, the flower bed at Schell's Market is maintained by the BGC, and for the winter season, the Club fills the planters and barrels with boughs and seasonal decorations.

Annual Plant SaleAnnual Plant & Fertilizer Sale
Bath Gardening Club holds a plant sale each spring in Centennial Park. This event has become our major fund raiser for the year. A volunteer committee of Club members organizes and runs the event. Members of the club contribute plants from their gardens, including an excellent selection of annuals, perennials, seedlings, ready-to-go containers, dish gardens, herbs, vegetables, houseplants, as well as good second-hand garden paraphernalia and horticultural books and magazines, all for sale. Also available since 2010 is our special brand of fertilizer mix (Fritz Mix). The plant sale provides an opportunity to talk to Club members who are active and successful gardeners in the Bath area. Our plant sale has become very popular and is mostly sold out within a few hours. It is a great way to expand the variety of plants in your garden at very reasonable cost. The plant sale is open to all, cash only, rain or shine, and all proceeds go to the Club's community beautification efforts.