Gardening with Nature in Mind 

Garden Makeovers and Maintenance

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 Gardening with Nature in Mind 

Low-maintenance pollinator-friendly gardens

Free 30-Min Consultation

 Gardening with Nature in Mind 

Serving Georgetown & North Halton

Free 30-Min Consultation

Garden Makeovers

Garden Smarter, Not Harder! You'll spend far less time maintaining your yard and more time enjoying it if you: keep on top of weeding in the spring - it will take three times as long later in the season if you don't; use the right plants...

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Consultations & Coaching

Are you... A beginner gardener who doesn't know where to start and need some one-on-one coaching? A DIY gardener who would like guidance on how to transform an existing garden into a pollinator paradise? A new homeowner who needs help figuring out what's growing in your garden and...

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Sustainable Garden Care

Once your perennial gardens become established they will certainly take much less time to care for than your lawn, but there's no such thing as a "no-maintenance" garden. It's the nature of plants to grow, expand, and compete with each other. I like to think...

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Contact

Please give me a call at 416-770-3800 or use the contact form below to book your free 30-minute consultation (Georgetown area only). Let's talk about how I can help you create an eco-friendly and beautiful garden that is a home for wild creatures and an...

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Sustainable Gardening in Georgetown & North Halton

ABOUT THE GLEN GARDENER

Hi, I’m Sandy Gillians. I’m a passionate gardener and lifelong naturalist, and I help home gardeners get started on the path to ecologically friendly gardens. I maintain public gardens at St. Alban’s Church and park in Glen Williams; I am co-chair of the Toronto Bruce Trail Club Conservation Team; a member of the Halton Peel Woodlands and Wildlife Stewardship Council; the North American Native Plant Society; the South Peel Naturalist Club; and the Glen Williams Community Association.

I have a special affection for bumble bees and have lectured on the need for providing backyard habitat for threatened species at Earth Day events, gardening groups, and at the Georgetown Eco-Film Festival.

I believe that gardens are important. With climate change and habitat loss threatening our world, we can all make a difference in our own little corner by providing a small refuge of biodiversity.

I would love to help you get started. Please give me a call for more information and to arrange a free 30 minute consultation.

I also also invite you to visit my blog at Pollenatrix.com to learn more about my interests and philosophy.

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Before and After – Saint Albans Church Gardens
Posted By admin  Posted On 16-Jul-2017

I first saw the Saint Albans Church gardens in Glen Williams and met the good people of the congregation back in2011. I noticed right away how warm and welcoming the people were, and how little the disheveled gardens reflected on their extraordinary volunteer efforts. Two years passed. I watched sadly

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