Central Natural Environment Gardens - 840 Central Ave.
You don’t have to hike way out of the city to see the wilderness at the Central Natural Environment Garden! Here you can see how many of the native plants and trees from the region grow together to create sustainable habitats for local birds and insects. Over 80% of flowering plants are dependent on pollination for survival. Pollinators in Ontario include bees, wasps, flies, butterflies, moths, birds, beetles and bats!
Clue: Look around the pine grove and you’ll find the post!
Please Note: You must walk around the trees towards the road.
Artwork By: Cathy Moreau