Liz Knowles will show Calgary Rock and Alpine Garden Society wild plants of Japan from sea level to 2100m, from Honshu and Hokkaido. Some speices are familiar to N Americans, and others are circumpolar alpines.
Suzanne Simard is a professor of Forest Ecology at the University of British Columbia who studies mycorrhizal fungi networks in forests. She will present a talk for The Arboretum at University of Guelph in Ontario on her new book, Finding the Mother Tree.
Agincourt Garden Club meeting on Sept 13 features Gloria Broks on Water Gardens of the World.
Larry Hodgson is a regular contributor to garden magazines throughout North America. He writes a weekly garden column for the Le Soleil newspaper, is a regular garden commentator on television and radio and has a blog – Laidback Gardener. Larry also provides Garden tours around the world. Larry will help you get the most out […]
Join East Gwillimbury Gardeners for Michael Erdman who will demonstrate how to create stunning yet easy floral arrangements for the fall season.
Ancaster Horticultural Society monthly meeting with Charlie Briggs, a horticulturalist and certified arborist from the RBG.
Greater Toronto Water Garden & Hort Society meeting Sept.26. with speaker Anna Leggatt who will talk about "Plants that Spread: Big, Bad & Beautiful."
The Nobleton and King City Garden Club presentation on Sept. 27 by Julia Dimakos covers what to do with your harvest after bringing it indoors. It does not cover canning.