At this time, events are being scheduled but may change without much notice depending on current covid-19 restrictions. Please check with the organizer for any you are interested in to get the most uptodate information.
As a Landscape Designer, Marina Dimitriadis collaborates with her clients to ensure designs are in harmony with special needs. One memorable client request was to reduce the number of plants in a design to accommodate a child’s severe allergies. Marina researched allergy causing plants and found Thomas Leo Ogren’s system for combating allergens based on plant gender. In this presentation, she will discuss how allergy sufferers can reduce or eliminate their symptoms by selecting appropriate plants for their gardens.
Marina Dimitriadis is a certified Landscape Designer with Dimitriadis Design Build, a company she and her Landscape Contractor husband run together. In addition, she is a Master Gardener, a part-time professor at Seneca College and a Design Consultant for Evergreen Canada.
Members: Instructions for participation in this virtual event will be emailed to members twice – once on the Friday prior to the meeting, and again on Monday. Instructions are also available by logging into our site and checking the “members-only” version of this event.
Visitors: Guests are welcome to participate in this virtual event at a nominal fee of $5.00 Instructions for participation will be emailed to non-society members who complete the registration process prior to the event start time. Visit the website at https://rhgahs.wildapricot.org/event-4648918 and click on the “Register” button to begin.
All general meetings begin with a welcome and general announcements, which precede the introduction of the guest speaker.
In addition to being provided in a virtual manner, we are planning for this meeting to be simultaneously held at the McConaghy Centre, with the speaker’s presentation projected onto a large screen in the auditorium. Although Covid-protection measures are being relaxed, the majority of our members who participated in a recent survey requested the wearing of masks at indoor society events, so please plan to wear a mask if you would like to attend this event in-person.
In-person attendees will also be able to visit Flower Show exhibits.