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Renew & Restructure Now!
Thursday, Sept. 10, 7 to 9:30 p.m.
Public $40; Members $30
Do you keep waiting until spring to do that garden renovation? Get the inspiration to hop to it this fall with this kick-in-the-pants class with Marion Jarvie on why fall is the best time in the garden and how to ensure those put-off projects get the attention they deserve. Review steps of how to manage your project and see results next spring!
[PG15F05] Marion Jarvie

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Fall in Love with Gardening
Wednesday, Sept. 16, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Public $32; Members $25
Are you a first time gardener Are you a first time gardener or long-time lover of plants? Marjorie Mason, of Mason House Gardens, has a roster of tips and tricks for everyday gardening that you may have forgotten, or never known. Learn why fall is the BEST time to be working in the garden and get the scoop on spring bulbs, shuffling plants into new spaces and even xeriscaping. Bring your burning questions, be prepared to talk about staple fall issues in the garden and get new ideas for creative solutions.
[PG15F14] Marjorie Mason

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Container Edibles for Fall
Tuesday, Sept. 29, 6 to 8 p.m.
Public $130; Members $110
Extend your harvest season with this edible container fall workshop led by Evergreen Garden Market manager Aaron Harpell. By focusing on local, organic and sustainable plant choices, you can keep snacking into late fall and perhaps even get a few surprises in early spring. All materials provided including
a 12 inch planter pot. Be prepared to get your hands dirty!
[PG15F22] Aaron Harpell

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Fall in the Jarvie Garden
Thursday, Oct. 15, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Public $40; Members $35
Join Marion in her renowned Thornhill garden to go in-depth with fall garden jobs from pruning and mulching to winter protection from wind/sun/snow and even furry creatures. Learn how to best utilize this time to move shrubs and trees and divide perennials. Fall pruning and propagation techniques will be covered and demonstrated. Bring all your queries and be ready to get your hands dirty. Directions provided.
[PG15F26] Marion Jarvie

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The Garden Traveller
Tuesday, Oct. 27,
1 to 2:30 p.m.
Public $32; Members $25
Join garden explorer/photographer Marilyn Cornwell to visit some of the great gardens of the world through stunning images and stories. Get the inside scoop on some of the top sites to visit and learn how to plan your next garden adventure in southern Ontario, Canada or abroad!
[PG15F27] Marilyn Cornwell

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Top Choice Conifers
Thursday, Oct. 29,
7 to 9:30 p.m.
Public $43; Members $35
Conifers are the main source of structure and colour during the colder seasons but add beauty and drama the whole
year. Marion Jarvie will help you deter¬mine the best conifers, small and large, for the home garden as many colourful new dwarf conifers have become avail¬able. Learn where and how to grow them and what to grow with them.
[PG15F28] Marion Jarvie

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The Perennial Palate: Colours from Summer to Winter
Thursday, November 5, 7 to 9:30 p.m.
Public $40; Members $30
Step back and take a look at the big picture with Marion Jarvie to assess how to ensure a continuous flow of form in the most colourful transition time of year—summer to winter. Re-envision your perennials and woody plants as bold blazes of glory and learn how to make sure they’re a thriving part of both the forefront and background of the garden. Bulbs, specific cultivars for the seasonal change and how to best care for all throughout this transitional time will be discussed.
[PG15F23] Marion Jarvie

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Exotic Tropical Flowers of Southeast Asia
Thursday, Nov. 19, 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Public $32; Members $25
For over 20 years, master gardener and travel photographer Dan Cooper has travelled the world visiting exotic countries and botanical gardens. Join Dan on a whirlwind tour of Southeast Asia’s key tourist attractions, botanical gardens and exotic, tropical flowers. India, Thailand, Singapore, Bali, Java, Borneo and Malaysia are all stops on this colourful horticultural adventure.
[PG15F35] Dan Cooper

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Winter Planter
Monday, Nov. 23, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Public $130; Members $110
Are things getting drab in your garden? Add winter interest the easy way — with containers! Learn how to create a winter container using gorgeous branches, berries, cones and greens. Get tips on container planting, design and the best cold weather plants for containers. All plant material supplied. Bring your favourite container or pot liner (max. of 15 inches), pruners and gloves.
[PG15F39] Nicole North

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