February 21, 2019

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Centennial Park Conservatory is a conservatory in Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It consists of three greenhouses and 12,000 square feet of plants including a cactus house, a tropical house and a show house which features seasonal displays.

HTO Park

August 06, 2014

HTO is an urban beach in Toronto, Canada, that opened in 2007. It is located west of Harbourfront Centre, on Lake Ontario. It faces the inner harbour with the Toronto Islands in the distance. Bright yellow umbrellas populate the white sand providing shade for those relaxing in Muskoka chairs.

A former Estate garden featuring perennials and roses on the uplands and wildflowers, rhododendrons and an extensive rockery in the valley. Among the formal gardens and brilliant floral displays, there are also rock gardens, a greenhouse, wooden arch bridges, a waterwheel, fountains, and many walking trails. 

Dufferin Grove Park is operated by the City of Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation Division. It is not operated by the friends of the park, nor by volunteers. Dufferin Grove continued its role as a kind of clickable icon of "community," with real estate values inflated by that reputation. 

The Toronto Sculpture Garden has been the site of innovative contemporary sculpture installations since 1981.  It has given some artists their first opportunity to work out-of-doors, to experiment with the challenges of siting work within an urban environment and it has provided them with critical experience for future public art projects. 

Rouge Park

August 06, 2014

Rouge Park is over 40 km2, protecting two national historic sites and a variety of ecosystems joining the post-glacial Oak Ridges Moraine, roughly 50 km north of Toronto, and the City's biggest wetland, where the Rouge River empties into Lake Ontario.

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