Evergreen Garden Market

A social enterprise that supports local vendors and directs 100% of its proceeds back to Evergreen, helping to make cities greener and healthier.

The Evergreen Garden Market is a classic general store, a contemporary gift shop, and a sustainable garden center combined into one market.

About the Evergreen Garden Market

The indoor portion of the Garden Market is a curated selection of goods featuring local small-batch producers, artisans and craftspeople. Here you will find everything from foraged teas to handmade ceramics to natural bath and body products to gardening books and much more. If you’re looking for a gift, then this is the store for you!


The outdoor portion is our garden center where you will find Toronto’s largest selection of Ontario Native plants. Whether you’re searching for compost, pots, tools, soil amendments, seeds or flowering bulbs, the Garden Market is a one-stop shop for all your gardening needs.


During the winter season, we sell a variety of Christmas trees, wreaths, and garlands.

Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday10am - 5pm

What you'll find at the Evergreen Garden Market

Evergreen Garden Market Potting Station

The Evergreen Garden Market team is excited to welcome folks to visit the brand-new Potting Station!


Jocelyn’s Soil Booster has generously donated their ‘Probiotics for Plants: Worm Manure’ products! A quarter cup will be added to every repotted plant free of charge. Jocelyn’s Soil Booster Worm Manure is an organic alternative to fertilizer for regenerative growing — a natural soil amendment and the secret to incredibly healthy houseplants!


Soil, pots, and other houseplant accessories are an additional charge.


To book an appointment, please contact gardenmarket@evergreen.ca with a subject line that outlines your request.

Plant consultationsConsultations on sick houseplants and tips on how to care for your plants.$5 donation
Repotting servicesRepot your new house plant or one that has outgrown its pot. Up to 3 repots per visit or schedule an appointment.$10 donation per plant

Mini Markets

Local, small businesses are the heart of the Evergreen Garden Market. Come meet your local community of makers and producers at our Mini-Markets. Stay tuned dates!



Do you offer delivery services?

We’re sorry we don’t offer this service at the moment.

Can I get gardening advice and recommendations from your staff, especially if I'm a beginner gardener?

Yes! Our knowledgeable staff is here to help. Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting, we’re happy to provide gardening advice, recommend suitable plants for your location and preferences, and offer tips on planting, care, and maintenance. Feel free to ask us any questions you may have.

Are native plants available for purchase?

Absolutely! We take pride in offering Toronto’s most extensive selection of native plants, which are perfect for creating pollinator-friendly gardens, attracting butterflies, bees, and more.

Is there a current list of your plant inventory available online?

This information is not available online at the moment. However, please feel free to reach out to us via phone or email, and we’ll gladly check our availability or explore the option of ordering it for you.

When do you start selling Christmas trees at the Garden Market?

We start selling Christmas trees in November. We have a great selection of pines, firs and frasers.

Where’s the best place to find out about new sales, mini-markets and demonstrations at the Garden Market?

Sign up for our monthly newsletter and follow us on Instagram! We share the most up to date information there.

It’s the perfect place for one-of-a-kind gifts (it counts even when it’s for yourself) that you can feel good about.


Not only will you love what you find at the Evergreen Garden Market, but by choosing to shop here, you’re helping your city flourish.

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