Was your home hit hard by the recent heavy rainfall on April 20, 2017, causing flooding to your basement?
The greenhouse at Gage Park features 18,720 square feet of space for growing plants year round. We use plants grown at the greenhouse for:
- Flowering traffic islands
- Park displays
- Flowers at City facilities including City Hall, Sam Lawrence Park and Gage Park
The greenhouse also features:
- High pressure sodium grow lights which increase light during winter months
- Roof venting system to get plants used to the outdoor temperatures before being removed from the greenhouse
- High efficiency condensation boilers to improve energy conservation
- In floor heating reduce boiler use by providing heat to the plant roots
- Shade curtains to reduce heat loss and light intensity
Gage Park Rose Garden
The rose garden is located in the centre of Gage Park. It is filled with 16 hybrid tea varieties and 14 climbing roses. The flowers come in many colours including red, pink, yellow, white and peach.
Visit the rose garden mid-summer when the roses are in full bloom.
Location and parking
Gage Avenue South and Main Street East (Google map)
Parking lot entrance off of Lawrence Road, just east of Gage Avenue South. Take the pathway at the north side of the parking lot to the Horticulture Depot.
Wheelchair Accessible & Free Parking
Spring Tide Bulb Show
The Spring Tide Show takes place each March Break at our Gage Park Greenhouse facility. Hundreds of bulbs and blooms are on display featuring a new theme each year. This is a free show and a donation to Hamilton Food Share is appreciated.
Learn more about the Spring Tide Bulb Show at www.hamiltoninbloom.ca
Hamilton Fall Garden & Mum Show
Chrysanthemums traditionally take stage in the autumn as the sumptuous palette of the season revolves around orange, brown, green, yellow and red, with a hint of pink and purple. People want to snuggle up indoors as daylight fades and Chrysanthemums are just perfect for those warm cozy moments. Chrysanthemums bring swaths of colour to the end of summer.
The Mum Show, as most people refer to the show, started in 1920 and has seen many changes over the years. A new theme each year has taken us through dramatic scenes of flowers, colours and displays.
The Chrysanthemum Show is an amazing floral display created by some of Hamilton’s finest horticulture staff. The display is a breathtaking feature of over 200 varieties of Chrysanthemums, and more than 75,000 blooms and has a different them each year.
Learn more about the Hamilton Fall Garden & Mum Show by visiting www.hamiltonmumshow.ca
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