Thank you

With the approach of fall and another successful year of gardening and activities the Norland Horticultural Society would like to thank all our volunteer helpers for your time spent planting, weeding and maintaining the village of Norland. We would also like to thank our business sponsors for their support and all of you who donate and support us with your membership.

Abeck Accounting

The Riverside Inn & Restaurant

Norland Convenience

Kay’s Country Market

Maple Wood Restaurant & Beachside Grill

Queen of Fries

Hair Cutz by Collette

Kawatha Garage

Muttley’s Groomers

Norland Food Market

Norland General Store Esso Station

A Zebra with a Different Stripe

The Square Peg/Vintage Daisy Antiques

Quaker Oaks Farm & Animal Sanctuary

Newton’s Electrical/Plumbing/Heating/Cooling

Knifes Edge

Norland Marine

We must note that the City of Kawartha Lakes has supported us by providing us with grants, especially over the past 2 years helping us to continue operating. Also we receive a small grant from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA).

Making Salsa

Thank you farmers! My own tomatoes didn’t do great this year, but farmers’ markets and some of the grocery stores have half bushel boxes of Roma tomatoes available.

Lots of slicing and dicing, but the results are well worth it! Marie

2022 Business Sponsors

We would like to acknowledge the support of our local businesses

Abeck Accounting

The Riverside Inn & Restaurant

Norland Convenience

Kay’s Country Market

Maple Wood Restaurant & Beachside Grill

Queen of Fries

Hair Cutz by Collette

Kawatha Garage

Muttley’s Groomers

Norland Food Market

Norland General Store Esso Station

A Zebra with a Different Stripe

The Square Peg/Vintage Daisy Antiques

Quaker Oaks Farm & Animal Sanctuary

Newton’s Electrical/Plumbing/Heating/Cooling

Norland Marine

Knifes Edge

Hollyhocks

Saving seeds – Dark burgundy hollyhocks in flower a month ago. Seed pods ready to pick and dry now. The light coloured seeds will only be worth keeping if they darken up as they dry.

I’ll put them in the brown paper bag when they are fully dry.

And a picture of my black eyed susans looking stunning next to the pink bee balm.

Marie