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Pollinator Gardens

June 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

What is a pollinator garden and why should you plant one? Join Toronto Master Gardener Helen Battersby to learn about winning ways to help pollinators thrive. The presentation will cover pollinators, the needs of a pollinator garden, the distinguishing characteristics of pollinator plants, as well as recommendations for specific plants and how to care for a pollinator garden.

Public $25, Member and Volunteer $20 (plus fees + HST)

About Toronto Master Gardener Helen Battersby

Helen is a graduate of Ryerson’s Landscape Design program and in 2022 celebrates her 17th year as a volunteer with the Toronto Master Gardeners.

She has contributed writing and images to Garden Making and Trellis magazines, and US online publication GardenDesign.com. With her sister, Sarah, she writes the award-winning TorontoGardens.com and publishes the Toronto & Golden Horseshoe Gardener’s Journal.

Online Program Access

Please note that this program is being hosted live ONLINE only. It will not be recorded, and it will only be available on Zoom at the scheduled time. Log-in details will be sent 2 days before the program date. If you register within two days of the presentation, you will receive your log-in details at 12:30 pm on the day of the presentation. Please make sure that you check your junk mail and/or make Eventbrite a trusted site.

Participation in online programming requires that attendees have access to and familiarization with current technology. Please review our Refund Policy and Terms of Agreement, and Zoom Best Practices document.

Registration Deadline: Monday, June 20 at 12:00 pm.



June 20
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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