About Us

Marilyn's Rose Garden June 25, 2014 017The Maitland Garden of Hope has now closed for 2016 and will re-open Tuesday, June 6, 2017. Thank you for visiting this year. We look forward to seeing you again in 2017.

The Maitland Garden of Hope
The garden is a private 1.5 acre garden owned by Colleen O’Connell and David Cybulski. It has a delightful variety of theme gardens, including a wildflower garden, orchid walk, woodland garden, numerous perennial gardens (approximately 5,000 perennials) with native species, and a rhododendron and azalea garden. Our newest additions are a daylily garden, butterfly garden, culinary garden, touching garden, fragrance garden, and magnolia garden.

Our mission is to provide a garden habitat that will aid in the conservation and enjoyment of our native butterflies, birds and honeybees.

maitland-2-1024x685 Visiting
The Maitland Garden of Hope is open by appointment only, from June 03 to August 31. To book an appointment, please call 613-348-3125 between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m, Tuesday to Saturday. We are located at 1 Jones Court, Maitland, Ontario. Check out the map to see how to get here.

There is no fee, although a donation to support Our Kenyan Kids would be appreciated. The site is wheelchair accessible.Our gardens are open to groups as well as individuals. Some of these include the Red Hat Society, friendship circles, church groups, artists, horticultural associations, seniors groups and photographers. All are welcome!

Monarch Butterfly Waystation
Our registered Monarch Butterfly Waystation provides the resources necessary for  monarch butterflies to produce successive generations and sustain their migration. The butterfly garden includes various milkweeds that are host plants for larvae. Numerous native flowers provide nectar sources for the mature adult. In addition to the monarch, this garden attracts many other species of butterfly.

We have over 40 bird species regularly visiting our gardens. Having many native plant species that attract birds, plus numerous feeders and bird houses, we have many resident birds. Common visitors include the black-capped chickadee, northern cardinal, bluejay, goldfinch, wren, baltimore oriole, pileated woodpecker, nuthatch, grosbeak and an occasional barred owl.

horizontal 1000 Island Garden TrailDiscover the 1000 Islands and Rideau Canal Garden Trail

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