Toronto Botanical Gardens Holiday Market 2023
Over 100 local vendors will showcase their planet-friendly and botanically-themed products at the Toronto Botanical Garden. Click here for the full vendor listing and program schedule.
The Garden Shop will offer a wide selection of holiday home décor, nature-based gifts for kids, fresh seasonal greens, amaryllis, and paperwhite bulbs. The Toronto Master Gardeners will also be offering a FREE Garden Advice Clinic.
- It’s Family Day on Saturday, December 16 – Drop into the Children’s Centre for some green holiday activities from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m and visit the Weston Family Library for a 30-minute story time at 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., or 1 p.m.
- It’s Book-Lovers Day on Sunday, December 17 – At 1 p.m. join us at the TBG for a talk via Zoom with Matthew Biggs, author of Garden: Exploring the Horticultural World. Garden takes readers on a journey across continents and cultures to discover the endless ways artists and image-makers have found inspiration in gardens and horticulture throughout history (Phaidon Press, 2023). Attendees will enjoy holiday refreshments, and will have the chance to purchase Garden, with signed book plate, for themselves or as the perfect holiday gift! Don’t miss out on this exciting event! Also, don’t miss visiting the Weston Family Libary which will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and browse Canada’s largest privately held botanical and horticultural collection.
Cozy up around the outdoor firepit, and roast some marshmallows. S’more kits can be purchased from the Garden Shop. We’ve also curated a Winter Blooms Spotify Playlist for your enjoyment.
This 17′ human-size terrarium will be filled with tropical plants and will host a series of warming experiences throughout the festival. Don’t miss your opportunity to experience this indoor oasis. Inquire to book this unique space for a private event or classes with seating for up to 12 guests
GRAB A BITE
Recharge by grabbing a snack from the food trucks or the TBG Bloom Cafe, serving up hot beverages and light bites for post and pre-shopping noshing on the second floor with dining and relaxed seating surrounded by tropical plants.
Canadian embroidery artist Amanda McCavour reimagines the Toronto Botanical Garden’s soaring second-floor mezzanine as a field of floating flowers, blending fantasy and document, imagination, and observation. The installation shifts the perspective of a traditional prairie, inviting viewers to walk underneath—rather than through—a floating field of flowers.
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