APRIL GENERAL MEETING: GUEST SPEAKER SEAN JAMES, "GROWING GRACEFULLY: THE EVOLUTION OF A GARDEN" As many a gardener can visually attest to from photos – gardens evolve, year after year. Some plants over-thrive, while others perish. As trees mature, once-sunny spaces become better suited to shade-loving plants. Sean will guide us through this natural progression ... Read more
Beautiful native wildflowers will make your garden come alive! Go beyond Black-eyed Susans - discover our local wildflowers and their amazing variety of shapes and colours. Indigenous to southwestern Ontario, these easy-to-grow beauties are beloved by pollinators. Learn which native plants will work best for you and your garden.
Learn the basics of growing your own plants from seed from seasoned expert Sharon Bognar of The Inn Garden. Sharon will demonstrate methods for successful germination and how to care for young plants including planting mix, when to propagate seeds, lighting, hardening off & damping off. Attendees will take home a vegetable seedling to plant ... Read more
Agincourt Garden Club is a gardening club for novice, regular and expert gardeners, who like to learn, laugh, share and have dessert! Date: Monday April 10/12 Time: 7:30 Place: Knox United Christian Education Center, 2575 Midland Ave., driveway off of Rural Ave. Headliner: Heinke Thiessen will teach us about Hydrangeas. Questions at the end. Announcements: ... Read more
Please welcome our favourite local speaker, Trish Symons, to find out you can't grow too many varieties of hostas. Guests welcome, free parking, prize draw, refreshments.
Valley Gardeners Club monthly meeting April 17, 7-9 p.m., NSCC Kingstec, Kentville Speaker : Jamie Ellison, Kingstec faculty member Topic: his newly-published book ‘Gardening for Acidic Soils’ All are welcome $5 refundable admission fee for non-members
Join us online to learn all about growing edible berries. Cathy Kavassalis is a passionate gardener and conservationist. A scientist, educator and inspirational speaker, Catherine endeavours to stimulate interest and awe in the living world. She is an administrator for Master Gardener of Ontario's popular Facebook question forum, an active member of the Halton Master ... Read more
The first meeting of the new season. Renew friendships and meet new people.
The next meeting of the Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society is on Tuesday, April 18th. The meeting will be held in person at the Johnny Leroux Community Arena (second floor), 10 Warner-Colpitts Lane, Stittsville, at 7:30 pm. If you prefer to attend the meeting on Zoom, please send a request a few days before to [email protected] ... Read more