Societies in Ontario
Wilmot Horticultural Society
Let’s Talk Plants - Nifty Natives Webinar FREE!
Registration is required. https://actionnetwork.org/events/lets-talk-nifty-natives?source=direct_link&
Monday, January 11th, 2021 7:15 – 8:45 pm
Why do we think that going native means a sacrifice in beauty? It does not! We’ll discuss various, desirable, ornamental natives, including some you may not even know are native. Benefits to birds and pollinators will be covered and a debate on ‘Nativars’!
With SEAN JAMES
Sean is graduate of Niagara Parks School of Horticulture, a Master Gardener, writer, teacher and a landscape professional for 35 years.
Free Webinar but registration is required.
Sponsored by: Wilmot Horticultural Society & Nith Valley EcoBoosters
GOOD NEWS - WHS has a Facebook page with garden tips, videos, amazing photos, announcements and more! Take a look... by clicking on this link http://www.facebook.com/groups/3133495739996313
Don't forget to join!
All WHS monthly meetings have been cancelled until further notice. Stay healthy friends, until we meet again.
We are a vibrant, friendly group who love to explore anything and everything about gardening, nature and environmental stewardship. Whether you have a green or black thumb, are a novice, experienced or master gardener, we all have much to learn and share. Join WHS and take some time to grow with us.
As a very active group we offer:
> Monthly meetings with informative speakers
> Gardeners' Show and Share plus a Youth Competition
> Civic Beautification (planting and looking after community gardens around the township)
> Junior Gardeners' Program
> Annual Garden Explosion with a full day of speakers, exhibitors, lunch, laughter and time to relax with old and new friends
> 10% Discount at Colour Paradise, Meadow Acres and Heritage Pet and Garden (garden items only) with a membership
We are looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting!
Wilmot Recreation Complex
1291 Nafziger Rd. Meeting Room A, 2nd Floor
Baden N3A 0C4
$6 per person- reduced fee this year! If you were a member in 2020, YOU DO NOT PAY IN 2021! (2020 fee reduced to $6 and rest applied to 2021) New members only, send an E-Transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org with complete contact info (member name, address, phone, email) in the note field or mail a cheque to WHS c/o 27 Mill St. Box 235 New Dundee ON. N0B 2E0 and include full contact information.
Monthly Meetings: CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Second Monday of each month except Jul., Aug. and Dec.
Bring a friend to the free meetings.
Plus, bring a loonie or toonie for the 50-50 draw.
Enjoy some tasty treats after the meeting. Please...Lug-a-Mug
For monthly meeting dates and other events, please see the Event Schedule below.
Volunteer Opportunities with WHS
> Look after a community garden - solo or with a friend
> Work on a committee (Civic Beautification, Garden Explosion, Junior Gardeners and more)
> Become a board member
> Bring treats to a monthly meeting or special event
>Help serve refreshments ... just to name a few options!
|Nifty Natives with Sean James||Mon. Jan. 11 2021||https://actionnetwork.org/events/lets-talk-nifty-natives?source=direct_link&||Free Webinar Why do we think that going native means a sacrifice in beauty? It does not! We’ll discuss various, desirable, ornamental natives, including some you may not even know are native. Benefits to birds and pollinators will be covered and a debate on ‘Nativars’!|