Explore and Learn

All life on Earth depends on plants, and at Royal Botanical Gardens we are working to strengthen the relationship between the plant world, society and the environment. Explore the rich natural and cultural history within our 1100 hectares of gardens and nature reserves, and discover our many research and conservation projects.



RBG News

Updates from RBG experts. New Botanical News articles are added frequently, be sure to visit often.
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On the Trails

Our nature sanctuaries feature more than 27 km. There are four main trailheads, as well as two canoe launch sites.
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What's in Bloom

Find out what's currently in bloom in our gardens and along our trails. Updated weekly during the summer.
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Horticulture

RBG acquires, collects, researches, exhibits, conserves and interprets a living horticultural collection.
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Conservation Projects

Royal Botanical Gardens is working hard to restore the once biologically rich aquatic habitats of Cootes Paradise...
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Nature Sanctuaries

The nature sanctuaries cover 900 hectares of land at the head of Lake Ontario forming a Nodal Park...
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Science

The objective of the Science Department of RBG is to generate new knowledge focused on the world of plants...
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Have a Gardening Question?

Ask an Expert your Gardening Questions on the Gardening Information Services page.
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