Gardening & Design

NEW Ornamental Ways to Handle Rainwater
Thursday, May 18, 7 to 9 p.m. ** UPDATE – course has been rescheduled to Thursday June 1st 7 – 9 pm** 
Public $36; Member $30 Urban development has resulted in large areas of impermeable surfaces, leading to various challenges. Learn techniques to slow down rainwater while beautifying your yard and allowing for a more unusual palette of plants. Sean will show you how to design and build a rain garden including placement, construction, sizing, challenges and plant choices.
[PG17S24] Sean James

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NEW Cooking with the Greens of Spring
Thursday, May 25, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Public $30; Member $25
Asparagus, fiddleheads, daylily shoots, maple flowers – the list of springtime edibles goes on and on. Learn new ways to cook old favourites and explore local delicacies you didn’t even know existed.
[PG17S26] Signe Langford

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Spring in the Jarvie Garden
Saturday, June 17, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Public $36; Member $30
Join Marion in her Thornhill garden for an overview of plants of seasonal and structural interest. She’ll provide a refresher on soils and mulch, review the three Ps (pruning, planting and placement), cover the care and feeding of new plants, and answer your toughest garden questions.
[PG17S32] Marion Jarvie

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Herbal Cordials: Sip & Stroll
Thursday, July 6, 6 to 8 p.m.
Public $36; Member $30
Enjoy a leisurely evening stroll through the TBG garden while sipping a variety of delicious herbal cordials. All the senses will be engaged as we touch, taste, smell and immerse ourselves in the blooming garden. Cordial recipes and herbal notes will be shared for your future plant adventures.
[PG17S34] Danette Steele

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Ryerson Urban Farm Rooftop Field Trip
Saturday, July 15, 10 a.m. to noon
Public $20; Member $16
Join Arlene Throness, Ryerson University’s Urban Farm Manager, on a tour of the university’s rooftop farm. In 2016, nearly 10,000 pounds of produce were harvested from this rooftop oasis and distributed to Ryerson’s farmers market, campus kitchens and farm volunteers through a weekly food basket. This is inspiration at its finest.
[PG17S36] Arlene Throness

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NEW Cooking with Summer’s Garden & Wild Bounty
Thursday, July 27, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Public $30; Member $25
Tomatoes, tomatoes everywhere! But there’s also sweet corn, sumac, chickweed and sorrel. Let’s cook up a peak-season dinner that celebrates what we’ve planted and foraged!
[PG17S37] Signe Langford

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