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.
A speaker from Tree Canada will talk about using native Trees in our Urban Gardens. Venue to be announced
The Blenheim-Harwich Horticultural Society is pleased to present Jerry Baker’s Year Round Flower Care DVD on October 18th. Jerry Baker was known as America’s Master Gardener and in this presentation, you’ll learn how to use baby powder, beer and soft drinks to create beautiful flowers, healthy soil and banish the bugs. Date: October 18th, […]
Join us as naturalist David Hawke teaches us about the mushrooms you are seeing in the forest this fall. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to register to receive the link.
Guest speaker, Ronna Mogelon. Presentation on “Wild edibles in our backyard” How to identify, cook and eat our native wild plants.
Master Gardener Tena Van Andel has made television and radio appearances, and she writes and speaks about anything gardening. Her special passion is for trees and exotics, especially orchids. Studies show that houseplants are important to our health and mental well being especially during those colder months spent indoors. Tena will discuss how to choose, […]
Annual General Meeting
Learn about the many benefits, (and of course some challenges) of growing food in an urban setting, including an abundance of fresh hyper local food and the opportunity to build relationships within your community while you grow! Jillian Bishop is a long-term urban farmer/ seed saver. She is a Community Food Cultivator with the Nourish […]
Guest Speaker: Dr. David Galbraith, Head of Science, Royal Botanical Gardens “A History of the Canadian Royal Botanical Gardens” The Royal Botanical Gardens is both Canada’s largest botanical garden and an important complex of protected natural areas totaling over 1,000 hectares. David joined RBG in 1995 to develop conservation projects among botanical gardens across Canada. […]
Join the Creemore Horticultural Society's October meeting by Zoom to learn from Cathy Kavassalis, Master Gardener and conservationist, about the extensive, exciting, and functional choices for Small Trees in Small Spaces. Often called the backbone of a garden, trees and shrubs give a yard structure and form. They provide year-round beauty while improving our environment […]
A meeting of all members of the Arthur and District Horticultural Society 8631 County Road 14