Date/Time Event
Friday, May 12, 2017
All Day
TBG Plant Sale

Choose from top-quality perennials, annuals, natives, herbs and vegetables, succulents, shrubs, vines, and small trees. Friendly gardening advice from the Toronto Master Gardeners.  We’ll be expanding our native plant category by partnering with St. Williams Nursery and Ecology Centre who will be bringing uncommon specimens and high impact native plants. St. William Nursery and Ecology Centre is the largest source-identified native plant nursery in the province who specialize in native seed and plants for biodiversity conservation of Ontario native wild-type plant genetics.

May 11 to 14, 2017

Members enjoy a 10 per cent discount. Please present your card. All proceeds support the Toronto Botanical Garden.

Friday, May 12, 2017
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Urban Beekeeping Series Group A

The Urban Beekeeping Series is taught by seasoned beekeeping instructors and long-time members of the urban beekeeping group, Toronto Beekeeper’s Cooperative. This series gives you hands-on experience with managing hives, as well as provides you with simple steps to support honeybees and other important pollinators in the city, whether you intend to keep your own bees or just enjoy learning about their care.

Including in-class and “in-hive” components, this series provides grounding in basic beekeeping.
Instructors: Mylee Nordin, Cathy Kozma and Oliver Couto.

Group A: PG17W20 –  Session 3 of 8: Plan the Season & Check the Spring Hive
Rain date: Friday, May 26, 1 to 4 p.m.
Experience an exciting time in the beekeeping season as bees wake up from their winter slumber. Don bee-keeping gear and learn about safety in the bee yard. Common challenges and their tried-and-true solutions will be discussed.


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