Halton Garden Week 2022
The free community event in Halton will offer a number of virtual presentations and workshops for participants to grow their food skills and learn about gardening, climate change and how to reduce food waste.
At Gardens Stratford, presentation “This for That: Native Alternatives for Invasive Plants”, by Lorraine Johnson, author of numerous books on environmental issues and gardening.
Lake Simcoe Gardeners speaker Cathy Kavassalis subject is Herbs: Savoury, Sensual and Poisonous.
Ottawa Horticultural Society: Presenters Patricia Stirbys and Peter Croal will give a brief outline of the genesis of this initiative, and their respective motivations for creating Healing Forest.
Master Gardeners Assocation of Alberta presents Janet Melrose on seed propagation.
Pickering Garden & Horticultural Society presents Berrydelicious with Cathy Kavassalis about small fruit growing for the home gardener
Trish Symons takes us through her beautiful Hockley Valley garden.
Stratford and Area Master Gardeners and Stratford Public Library offer a virtual presentation by Sean James on Layered Designs for Natural Gardens.
Leaside Garden Society presents Marc Yamaguchi on the the East Danforth Rain Gardens Project.
Oro-Medonte Horticultural Society presents Marianne Lepa on March 14 talking about Europe's Allotment Gardens: The original urban farms.
Sean James will discuss techniques to aid in infiltrating rainwater into the soil while beautifying your landscapes and allowing a more unusual palette of plants to be used.
The next meeting of the Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society is on Tuesday, March 15th and will take place on Zoom at 7:00 pm. Our guest speaker this month, Master Gardener Mary Shearman Reid, will give her presentation “Bulbs for Year Round Enjoyment.” Mary will discuss what to look for when selecting bulbs, how to plant […]
Master Gardeners Assocation of Alberta presents Scott Meer on how natural enemies of insects can be our friends.
Trenton Horticultural Society presents David Hobson on "Grow Something Different to Impress Your Neighbours".
Peterborough Horticultural Society presents Joyce Hostyn on foodscaping and wildscaping as a new approach to gardening in a changing climate.
Ancaster Horticultural Society
Join the Vancouver Master Gardeners for a stellar program that will inspire and help you understand how to fight the negative effects of climate change.
At Gardens Stratford, “Native Trees and Shrubs for Urban Gardens and Landscapes” presented by Sean Fox, manager of Horticulture and Curator of Collections & Conservation at the University of Guelph Arboretum.
Over the past twenty years, Ursula Eley has had the pleasure of demonstrating design, talking about gardening, and teaching floral design.. Ursula's garden is mainly a shade garden now and she enjoys growing native plants and some of their beautiful foreign cousins. As well a representative from King Township will be on hand to distribute […]