The Humber Arboretum is well known for its horticulture and landscape design, exemplified by its beautiful gardens. From the main entrance, follow curving paths around ponds, over bridges, and past stunning wood and stone structures to discover the themed gardens and beds of the Humber Arboretum.
Visit throughout the year to enjoy the ever-changing scenery, such as:
Created in partnership with Humber College's Centre of Innovation in Health & Wellness, the HFLG is a place for students and community members to learn about sustainable urban agriculture, local food security, and how to grow and harvest their own fresh, healthy food.
Located right outside the doors of the Centre for Urban Ecology, this garden features native plants that attract and support pollinators such as bees, butterflies, moths, flies, ants, beetles, and hummingbirds. Learn about the CUE Pollinator Garden and get tips on how to design your own.
Learn to turn your garden into a beautiful bird habitat. Created in partnership with Bird Studies Canada, the Humber Arboretum’s Tranquility Bird Garden demonstrates how to successfully plan, create, and maintain gardens that support thriving populations of birds, butterflies and other native wildlife.
The Humber Arboretum is an official All-America Selections Display Garden, showcasing some of the flowers and edibles which this non-profit organization has deemed to be the best-performing new plant varieties from across North America.
Inspired by the enchantment of twilight, the ponds, waterfall, and evening-themed colours of the Garden of the Rising Moon make it a favourite spot for photography. It is one of the many projects in the Humber Arboretum created with the help of Humber College landscaping and horticultural students.
The many cacti making up this sharp-looking seasonal garden are moved to the greenhouse for the winter and carefully replanted once the weather warms up again in the spring. If the time of year is right, you can visit the Cacti Garden right at the main entrance to the Arboretum.