Cloverleaf Garden Club

Have you ever heard of this gardeners’ truth: no one gardens alone? Cloverleaf Garden Club is an evolving and growing club that brings people together to share their love of all things gardening. 

 

Is it a club for expert gardeners? Beginners? Veggie growers or flower lovers? 

It is all this and more.

 

We host guest speakers, gardening experts, learning opportunities, flower and photography shows, an annual plant sale, a garden tour and committee opportunities. We get together monthly (except July, August, December) to learn, share ideas, connect with other gardeners, and make new friends. 

 

Started in 1944, Cloverleaf Garden Club of Mississauga is a volunteer-run group of about 200 members. 

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6 reasons to join Cloverleaf

You like to
learn

Learn from other members, guest speakers and get free resources

You like to
save money

Get plants at competitive prices at our annual plant sale

You like to
volunteer

Be a part of beautifying areas of Mississauga, become a Board Member, or help at one of our events

You want a
creative outlet

Landscaping, garden design or even photography; we can help you unleash your inner artist.

You like to
make new friends

And it’s a nice bonus you share an interest in gardening!

You like to
have fun

Guest speakers, meetings, garden tours, flower shows, seed swaps, plant sales, and other social gatherings. What’s not to love?

Upcoming Events

Join us for our speaker series

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Backyard Urban Farming with Jill Bishop 

Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Learn about the many benefits, (and of course some challenges) of growing food in an urban setting, including an abundance of fresh hyper local food and the opportunity to build relationships within your community while you grow! 

Gardens & the Weed Police with Lorraine Johnson Rogue

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

In this light-hearted and unconventional look at how and why we garden, author Lorraine Johnson challenges us to consider the role of gardens in an era of ecological and social change. Highlighting examples of gardeners who push against neighbourhood norms—and who are often subject to bylaws and other forms of social sanction—this talk encourages us to celebrate landscape diversity and the gardeners who challenge deeply held notions of garden convention.

Meeting Location

1389 Cawthra Rd.

Mississauga, ON

ALL MEETINGS AND EVENTS WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE