Speaker: Paul Zammit Topic: The Joy of Growing Edibles in Your Garden Paul is a professor of Horticulture and Environmental Studies at Niagara College and past Director of Horticulture at […]
MARCH GENERAL MEETING: GUEST SPEAKER JONAS SPRING, "AN EXPLORATION OF HARDSCAPE PLANTS" Following an extensive review of plants that grow on cliffs and alvars around southern Ontario, Jonas Spring has identified a palette of commercially available hardy, local and beautiful plants that thrive in cracks and crevices. He will share insights about these “hardscape plants” […]
Learn all the best ways to provide food and shelter for native pollinators, while delighting your family and neighbours with textures, shapes and colours. You will learn to assess site conditions and create a beautiful garden design that meets pollinator, plant and your own needs. The challenges of tough sites such as boulevards and balconies […]
The Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society, in partnership with the West Carleton Garden Club and Horticultural Society, plus the Kanata Horticultural Society, is presenting our first Seedy Saturday gardening event on March 11, 2023 at the Carp Agricultural Hall (Carp fairgrounds) between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm. Seedy Saturdays are fun, inexpensive events that promote the […]
This is a gardening club for novice, regular and expert gardeners, who like to learn, laugh, share and have dessert! Date: Monday March 13/23 Time: 7:30 Place: Knox United Christian Education Center, 2575 Midland Ave., driveway off of Rural Ave. Headliner: Scott Kennedy will teach us about the History of Don Mills. Questions at the […]
Georgina-Brock Garden Club's first meeting of the year. Join us as Jessica Tong of the York Region Food Network discusses food security and how growing vegetables collectively in community gardens meets this growing need. In addition, Courtney Rennie, Senior Project Manager, Parks & Open Space, from the Town of Georgina, outlines the plan for Pefferlaw's […]
Please welcome our speaker tonight, Nadine Bohner and learn how to use plant dominated solutions to realize an ecological and creative design. Free parking, guests welcome, bring your own mug for refreshments, prize draw.
Fusion Gardening blends LID (rainwater handling) with xeriscaping (drought-tolerant gardening) and folds in plantings to mitigate the effects of climate change and enhance biodiversity. One of the main focus of this style is beauty and we’ll address the backbone of each of these disciplines and discuss how to do each artfully. This talk is part […]
Join us online to learn about fruit tree care. More and more North Americans are planting fruit trees in their gardens, parks or on company land. But often new growers are disappointed. Without proper care, young fruit trees are vulnerable to pest and disease problems and often produce poor quality fruit. What many new growers […]
The next meeting of the Stittsville Goulbourn Horticultural Society is on Tuesday, March 21st. 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] […]
A don't miss event - lots of seeds, seedlings, vendors, speakers, children's activities, lavender products, honey, garden art, refreshments and more. Free admission. Everyone welcome. Co-hosted by Georgina-Brock, Beaverton & Cannington Garden Clubs.
A gardening and Eco Fair where you can: -pick up your seeds for growing - either through trading or donation at our seed exchange ro buy seeds from our seed vendors -get gardening advice from the horticultural clubs -learn about planting native plants in your garden and how they support biodiversity -find out about supporting […]