Print Friendly

Friends of The Old Seed House Garden

Contact Info:    Sue BaloghThe Old Seed House

The Old Seed House Garden is a 1.8 acre public garden honouring the legacy of the Dominion Seed House in Georgetown,Ontario. A haven for people and wildlife, it features formal gardens,meandering pathways, a drystone riverbed leading to a naturalized pond, and a walled garden among the foundations of the famous mock-Tudor Dominion Seed House building.

Visitors are welcome year-round; the garden is open to the public 365 days a year from 7 AM to 11 PM.  The Garden can be booked for private functions through the Town of Halton Hills or 905-873-2601 ext 7722.

The Friends of the Old Seed House Garden was formed in January 2000 to raise funds, construct and maintain the Garden. The Friends now functions primarily as a gardening group that undertakes most of the garden maintenance in partnership with the Town of Halton Hills.