Pansies and pussy willows brighten South Bayview Spring

Pansies and pussy willows adorn the planters on most of South Bayview Tuesday as the Pixies brighten the street for Spring.

BUTTERFLYWAY

The Beach will be a designated Toronto neighbourhood for a planting of wild flowers as part of a project to provide landing places for bees and butterflies. The Great Canadian Butterflyway Project, being launched by the David Suzuki Foundation, involves the planting of the flowers in patches to provide food and shelter for native wild bees and local butterflies. The project has begun in five cities — Victoria, Richmond, Montreal, Toronto and Markham. In Toronto, the project is focused on the lawns and green spaces near Bathurst Street and St. Clair Avenue West and in the Beach.

HORTICULTURAL DESIGN

Horticultural Design at 1610 Bayview Ave.is celebrating 25 years as an anchor on our favorite commercial street. Congratulations to owner Michael Renaud

 

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