Speakers

October 17, 2022 – Paul Bulk, Eurosa Farms

October 17, 2022 – Paul Bulk, Eurosa Farms

  October 17, 2022 Eurosa Farms - with Paul Bulk Growing roses for me is in my DNA. My grandfather grew cut roses for his whole life in the Netherlands and my father emigrated to Canada in 1979 and, together with my mother, started his own rose farm, Eurosa...

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September 19, 2022 Cynthia White – All About Tomatoes

September 19, 2022 Cynthia White – All About Tomatoes

September 19, 2022 Tomatoes Everything You Always Wanted to Know but Were Afraid to Ask - with Cynthia White   Cynthia White will talk about tomatoes, the most commonly home-grown vegetable (technically a fruit). In 2020, 187 million metric tonnes were produced...

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August 15, 2022 Jane Kerr – What’s in a Name?

August 15, 2022 Jane Kerr – What’s in a Name?

August 15, 2022 What's in a Name - What are Plant Names Trying to tell you? - with Jane Kerr What do those plant names really tell you? You can tell a lot about a plant by its name.  Join Jane for some fascinating history on plant naming conventions and just some fun...

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June 20, 2022 Allan Campbell – Intro to Permaculture

June 20, 2022 Allan Campbell – Intro to Permaculture

June 20, 2022 Introduction to Permaculture and How to Implement it here on Vancouver Island Permaculture....it is a BIG word and FASCINATING topic.  In his presentation, Allan Campbell, went over permaculture basics and how permaculture design can be applied to our...

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March 21, 2022 Cathrine Featherby – All About Dahlias

March 21, 2022 Cathrine Featherby – All About Dahlias

March 21, 2022 - Cathrine Featherby, All About Dahlias March 21, 2022 All About Dahlias, with Cathrine Featherby Being a thirty-year veteran of Dahlia growing brings bouquets of insight and intel on one of history’s most curious flowers, the flower of love!  The...

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Sept. 20, 2021 The Good, The Bad and the Downright Pesky

Sept. 20, 2021 The Good, The Bad and the Downright Pesky

September 20, 2021: Leslie Cox The Good, The Bad and the Downright PeskyThe Good, the Bad and the Downright Pesky , with Leslie Cox According to the Smithsonian Institute scientists have conservatively estimated there are 200 million insects for every one human on...

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