Upcoming Events

Wabi Sabi: Seeing the Beauty of a Naturally Imperfect Garden
Rideau Lakes Horticultural Society, Portland Community Hall
Wednesday May 1, 7:15 pm
Increase beauty and enchantment in your garden by embracing the ancient Japanese practice of wabi sabi. Loosely translated wabi is simplicity (elegant or rustic) and sabi means the beauty of age, wear or seasons.
Speaker: Joyce Hostyn

Designing a Herb Garden
Seniors Kingston, 56 Francis Street, Kingston
Thursday May 2, 1:30pm
Speaker: Astrid Muschalla

Eradicating Weeds
Seniors Kingston, SCL Location, Edith Rankin Church
Tuesday May 14, 10:30 am    
Speaker: Astrid Muschalla

Perfectly Imperfect Lawns (By Design)
Lennox & Addington Horticultural Society
Wednesday May 15. 7:00 pm
Lawns are no longer just about grass monocultures. You can have a polyculture lawn that’s stunning and ecologically friendly. Less mowing. No watering. No fertilizing. Wildlife friendly. Embrace the imperfection of a flowering lawn!
Speaker: Joyce Hostyn

Improving your vegetable garden yield by attracting pollinators
Collins Bay Horticultural Society, St. Peter’s Anglican Church 4333 Bath Road
Monday, September 9, 7:30 pm
Speaker: Nancy Louwman.

Gardens of Britain England and the Netherlands
Kingston Horticultural Society, Ongwanada Resource Centre, Kingston
Thursday October 10, 7:30 pm
Tour the spectacular gardens of the Floriade, Het Loo Palace and Keukenhof in The Netherlands and 15 beautiful gardens of the Norwich area in the UK including Hoveton Hall, Sandringham Estate and Bressingham Gardens.
Speaker: Doris Power

Designing Rainscapes
Land O’Lakes Garden Club, Pineview Free Methodist Church, Hwy 41, Cloyne
Tuesday April 9, 2020, 7:00 pm
Water brings our gardens to life. Rainscapes are about water in all its forms – still and moving, above and below ground – and the rich design possibilities rain offers. Create a simple rain garden or turn your whole landscape into a rainscape that captures, stores and conserves water and creates a beautiful, wildlife friendly garden.
Speaker: Joyce Hostyn