club member gardens


The Sayeau gardens

The Sayeau gardens, located at 3286 Rednersville Road, overlook the Bay of Quinte and have been developed over the past 40 years. As you can see from the photos, they are worth visiting and have been on several garden tours. My gardens have been featured in Gardens Canada and Travel Canada, as well as being named one of the top ten gardens in the County.

The major components of my perennial gardens are daylilies (over 400 varieties), hosta (over 165 varieties ranging from the small to the gigantic), peonies (over 125 varieties) as well as phlox, Oriental and Asiatic lilies, Shasta daisies and all accentuated with a large variety of trees and shrubs (boxwood, yew, spirea, hydrangea, lilacs (10 varieties), cedars (red and white), fir trees and lots of maples.

Visitors are always welcome and if no one is home, just wander around and enjoy.

The Sayeau gardens

The Sayeau gardens, located at 3286 Rednersville Road, overlook the Bay of Quinte and have been developed over the past 40 years. As you can see from the photos, they are worth visiting and have been on several garden tours. My gardens have been featured in Gardens Canada and Travel Canada, as well as being named one of the top ten gardens in the County.

The major components of my perennial gardens are daylilies (over 400 varieties), hosta (over 165 varieties ranging from the small to the gigantic), peonies (over 125 varieties) as well as phlox, Oriental and Asiatic lilies, Shasta daisies and all accentuated with a large variety of trees and shrubs (boxwood, yew, spirea, hydrangea, lilacs (10 varieties), cedars (red and white), fir trees and lots of maples.

Visitors are always welcome and if no one is home, just wander around and enjoy.

The Sayeau gardens
The Sayeau gardens
The Sayeau gardens
The Sayeau gardens
The Sayeau gardens
The Sayeau gardens
The Sayeau gardens
The Sayeau gardens

Colleen Allchurch’s garden

Colleen grows flowers and vegetables in her urban garden. She’s also keen on repurposing found items to embellish her plantings.

Colleen Allchurch’s garden
Colleen Allchurch’s garden
Colleen Allchurch’s garden
Colleen Allchurch’s garden

Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden

Manuel and Sheila grow organic vegetables and flowers in this garden.

Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden
Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden
Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden
Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden
Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden
Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden
Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden
Manuel Rodenkirchen and Sheila Stanley’s garden

Penny & John Hopkin’s garden

Despite shallow, rocky soil, plants persevere.

Penny & John Hopkin’s garden
Penny & John Hopkin’s garden
Penny & John Hopkin’s garden
Penny & John Hopkin’s garden
Penny & John Hopkin’s garden
Penny & John Hopkin’s garden
Penny & John Hopkin’s garden
Penny & John Hopkin’s garden

Peggy Ritchie’s garden

Peggy Ritchie’s garden
Peggy Ritchie’s garden
Peggy Ritchie’s garden
Peggy Ritchie’s garden

Ameliasburgh Garden Club

Ameliasburgh Town Hall
13 Coleman Street
Ameliasburgh, ON K0K1A0

info@ameliasburghgardenclub.com