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- The Facebook page for Oakvale Greens Community Gardens (may require a login on Facebook).
- Toronto Community Gardening Network promotes cooperative and organic approaches to community gardening.
- Sharing Backyards encourages urban gardening by connecting those who have additional space for gardening with those who need garden space.
- The Toronto Botanical Garden has seventeen themed-gardens spanning nearly four acres at Leslie and Lawrence, and offers programs, garden tours, nature day camps, field trips and an extensive horticultural library.
- Toronto Master Gardeners has some great growing advice.
- Toronto Seed Library. A source for free, native, heirloom and open-pollinated seeds (Danforth & Coxwell).
- Urban Harvest. A Toronto-based company specializing in heritage seeds, seedling and other gardening-related products (online and storefront at Bloor and Lansdowne.
- Green Barn Nursery. Specializes in heritage and rare plant species (Christie and St. Clair).
- Seeds of Diversity. Seeds of Diversity is a Canadian volunteer organization that conserves the biodiversity and traditional knowledge of food crops and garden plants.
- William Dam Seeds. WDS has been providing quality un-treated seeds and garden-related products since the 1950s (Dundas, just south-west of Hamilton).
- Urban Tomato. A Peterborough-based heritage seed distributor and plant/garden related education site.
- Richters Herbs. Specializing in medicinal and culinary herbs since 1969 (about a 40 minute drive north of Toronto).