Our purpose is to provide education, resources and networking opportunities for gardeners in the Comox Valley.
We are a down to earth group with a passion for gardening who want to learn, teach, share, help and inspire.
All General Meetings are cancelled until further notice. The Provincial Government allows small gatherings of up to 50 people to proceed, with caution and appropriate social distancing measures. This does not mean our general meetings can proceed, as we typically have well over 100 people attending these events. The Florence Filberg Centre is still closed to the public, and they do not see this changing or the resumption of public meetings of over 50 people happening anytime soon.
Get In Touch
P.O. Box 3443, Station Main, Courtenay, BC V9N 5N5
General Meetings are held on the third Monday of every month (with some exceptions)
BC Council of Garden Clubs Fall General Meeting OCTOBER 24 2020 9:00 am-Noon -- ONLINE VIA ZOOM -- REGISTRATION This meeting is free for all members of your club and everyone is welcome. REGISTER NOW --> Meeting Registration Link In addition to BCCGC business...
Become a Member
Membership in the Comox Valley Horticultural Society offers the opportunity to learn more about gardening from local experts and speakers, as well as building friendships with fellow gardeners.
The Comox Valley Horticultural Society has been organized and run solely by dedicated volunteers for over 40 years!
Visit our Online Forum
Our online forum is a way to meet other gardeners in the Comox Valley region, and trade advice, tips and connect. It is one of the best ways we can stay in touch and share what is happening in our gardens!
Visit our Store
Our Online Store is accessible to pay for Memberships, Workshops, and other Events.
About Comox Valley Horticultural Society
When plant enthusiasts gather there is a great sharing of knowledge, experience and goals. The CVHS was founded for these very reasons in the year 1978 by a group of individuals focused on the desire to network in their horticultural industry and promote local gardening interests.