Evergreen Garden Market
A store like no other in Toronto, Evergreen Garden Market blends classic general store, contemporary gift shop and sustainable garden market into one place.
End-of-Season Clear Out Sale at the Evergreen Garden Market
Hey folks! It’s time for our end-of-season clear out sale at the Garden Market and we have some exciting sales lined up for you!
Trees, Shrubs, Native Plants & Perennials
- Buy 1, Get 20% OFF
- Buy 2, Get 30% OFF
- Buy 3, Get 40% OFF
Outdoor Ceramic Pots, Bagged Potting Soil & Bagged Compost
- Buy 1, Get 20% OFF
- Buy 2, Get 30% OFF
- Buy 3, Get 40% OFF
Fermob Outdoor Furniture
Growers & Co. Tools & Apparel
Evergreen Garden Market Potting Station
The Evergreen Garden Market team is excited to welcome folks to visit the brand-new Potting Station! We invite you to bring your houseplants to the Garden Market for repotting services and houseplant consultations. Have a sick houseplant in need of care? Bring it in! Have a newly purchased houseplant and looking for the perfect pot? Come on over – we can help you repot it!
How it works:
Plant consultations are provided for a $5 donation.
Repotting services are provided for a donation of $10 per plant.
The Garden Market team can repot a maximum of 3 plants per visit. If you need more than 3 plants repotted, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Soil, pots, and other houseplant accessories are an additional charge.
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!
Evergreen Garden Market Vendor Spotlight: Wild By Nature
Wild By Nature is an urban homestead in east Toronto and at the helm is Maria Solakofski.(featured in the documentary, ‘In My Backyard’). Wild By Nature’s methods are based on permaculture principles. The homestead follows organic and biodynamic growing practices. The homestead is guided by the belief that it is possible vital to grow your own food and herbs in the city to support your wellness. Maria Solakofski cultivates the growing potential in everyone she meets. She is a self-taught food and ecological pioneer, who has been involved in the local food community for 25 years. Wild By Nature hosts an incredible line of hydrosols, body oils, and herbal tisanes to name a few. Maria Solakofski also hosts a one-of-a-kind series of workshops throughout the growing season.
Herbal Infused Oils - Saturday, September 23 from 2 – 4pm
Herbal infused oils are the basis for botanical skincare.
Infusing oils directly harness the natural healing properties of plants. Come and learn everything you need to know to make luscious, potent, shelf stable oils.
Take home a bottle of herb infused oil.
Tea Party Workshop. - Saturday, September 24 from 2 – 4pm
Up your tea making game! Join us for a tea party where you can sip while you learn the fundamentals of herbal tea - including blending and brewing techniques.
Take home a bottle of a customer herbal tea blend you make.
Stay Vibrant in Cold Season - Sunday, October 22 from 2 – 4pm
Stay vibrant through the fall and winter seasons.
See what fills our apothecary shelf in the cold months to keep us vibrant and strong. Learn to make remedies that will help ease colds, flus and viruses, scratchy throats and drippy noses and offer support to your immune system.
Take home a bottle of Elderberry Syrup.
Local, small businesses are the heart of the Evergreen Garden Market. Come meet your local community of makers and producers at our Mini-Markets on September 2, 3, 16 & 17 from 11am - 2pm! Learn the stories behind the products, participate in free demos and support your local artisans!
September 3 Mini-Market Vendors:
September 16 Mini-Market Vendors:
September 17 Mini-Market Vendors:
Evergreen Garden Market primarily carries products from artisans, craftspeople and small-batch producers in Canada. We champion Ontario native plants for their low maintenance and their positive impact on the local ecosystem. We source a vast array of native plants from local native plant nurseries. We support local growers and try to minimize that their products travel.
These standards support the local and sustainable mission behind the Evergreen Garden Market—which is a social enterprise that directs 100% of its proceeds back to Evergreen, a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to making cities flourish.
What you'll find here:
- Handmade garden tools, garden furniture, planters and gardening books
- Bird, bat and butterfly houses
Air purifying house plants
- Over 80 varieties of organically grown heirloom tomatoes
- Other organically grown herbs and vegetables
- Shade tolerant plants
- Wildflowers and grasses
- Native trees and shrubs
- Fruit trees, shrubs and canes
- Organic soil, fertilizers and mulches
- Rose plants
- Non-native plants that comply with the Ontario Invasive Plant Council’s Grow Me Instead guide
- Small-batch gourmet foods—sauces, soups, pickles and jams
- Snacks and treats
- Oils and vinegars
- Limited edition artwork and screen prints
- Wood and metal-crafted items
- Tea towels
- Glasses and mugs
Bath & Body
- Bath salts and bath bombs
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Skin creams and aftershaves
Babies, Kids & Teens
- Games and toys
- Colouring books
- Clothing accessories
- Reusable storage containers
- Urban issues
Christmas Trees in a variety of species and sizes.
Scotch Pine: 4-5' $55.00, 5-7' $70.00, 7-8' $85.00, 8-9' $110.00
White Pine: 5.5-7' $80.00, 7-8' $100, 8-9' $130
Balsam Fir: 5-6' $60.00, 6-7' $75.00, 7-8' $ 90.00, 8-9' $110.00, 9-10' $ 150.00
Fraser Fir: 6-7' $ 100.00, 7-8' $115.00, 8-9' $145.00, 9-10' $205.00, mini Fraser/Balsam in stand $45
Snow Tip Fraser: 2.5-4' $50.00, 4-6' $50
Not only will you love what you find at the Evergreen Garden Market, but by choosing to shop here you’re helping make your city flourish.