Our native plant sale is back!

Update: COVID-19 situation! We would like to ensure you that we will consider safety seriously and take all necessary precautions to avoid people contact in order for customers to receive their plants. We are following the situation closely and are in touch with our supplier so we will keep you updated once we work out the details for May 9th. Do not hesitate to contact us at president@oakvillegreen.org with any questions or concerns.

Our popular native trees🌳, shrubs🌿 & garden kits🌻 sale is back! Looking to add beauty & colours to your yard? Check out the full list of items & place your order today: store

Online orders accepted from March 2 to April 27, 2020

Pickup: Purchased orders pickup on Saturday May 9th, 2020  9am- 12 pm

Questions? president@oakvillegreen.org

Oakville Seedy Sunday 2020

10AM – 3PM

Queen Elizabeth Park Community And Cultural Centre, Oakville ON

2nd Annual Seedy Sunday Event!

Join us for a gardening event inspired by Seeds of Diversity Canada. This event will celebrate gardening in Oakville with a focus on sustainable, local practices and products including:
*Huge seed swap all day
*Heirloom and heritage seed producers and vendors
*Speakers, garden tool swap and gardening book swap
*Garden Cafe
*Kids’ Activity Centre
*Opportunities for meeting and networking with other gardeners and experts
A wealth of information, lots of like minded folks and good vibes! A Free event for everyone! We will be collecting donations of non-perishable food items in lieu of entrance fee for our local food banks.

Bring The Whole Family Down For A Seed Swap, Kids Activity Corner, Garden Vendors And More!

Inspired by Seeds of Diversity this community event will celebrate gardening in Oakville  with a focus on sustainable, local practices and showcase a selection of local vendors selling organic heritage seed, organic teas, gardening supplies, all natural body products and more! Gather information on upcoming community garden workshops, meet with community groups, join a horticultural society or community garden and participate in our first ever garden book and tool exchange.

Entrance by donation or bring two non-perishable food items.

Get tickets at EventBrite!

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First Depave in Oakville!

During the month of October Oakvillegreen was busy with a new and exciting project. With support and guidance from Green Communities Canada and funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, we were able to complete our first Depave Paradise in Oakville at the Oak Park Neighbourhood Centre.

With help from amazing volunteers from the community, we removed almost 100m2 of unutilized asphalt and turned it into a green space that now is home to native species and will provide a nice space for all to enjoy.

Michelle Knoll, working hard to beautify her Neighbuorhood Centre!


Michelle Knoll from Oak Park is always looking to improve her community and we were super excited to be invited to help complete her dream of transforming the space and provide a bit more of green for the Neighbourhood Centre users. She was not only involved in planning but was ready to get dirty with us and was involved in every aspect of the project.






We were extremely lucky to have knowledgeable volunteers that helped every step of the Depave; from pre-cutting the asphalt, sharing their expertise, removing it, digging, planting, mulching, watering. As always volunteers have made this project possible.

We want to thank all OCA Youth stewards that participated in the event (Bashshar, Shirin, Kayla, Montse), it was great seeing how hard they worked, even though it was tough at times, they never hesitated.

There were members of the after school program at Oak Park and their families that were enthusiastic to help revitalize the space they enjoy. They were eager to help and worked hard to transform their Centre.

It was great to count with some of our regular volunteers that keep helping us green our beloved Town. Gerald, Ayesha and family and many more.

Thank you everyone! Keep the Green Work!