Our October annual general meeting will not be dull and boring, it will feature some extraordinary garden delights, plus you get to peak behind fences at some wonderful Comox Valley gardens!
Roger Griffiths will be presenting on the Channel Islands and the Keukenhof Gardens in Holland, and will be talking about tulips. Also, Members Competition of Garden Produce.
The Heavenly Hellebores presentation provides a broad overview of everything relating to hellebores; history, species, propogation, and culture.
Bob Duncan, of Fruit Trees and More in North Saanich BC, will be speaking about growing subtropical fruits that normally could not thrive in this northern climate.
Dr. Royann Petrell and her husband, Sylvain Alie, have organically gardened to produce most of the food they have eaten over the last 24 years. Gardening was a wonderful place to unwind from stressful jobs and for these two birders to enjoy their hobby.
Dr. Lindgren received his undergraduate training in Sweden and came to Canada for graduate studies at Simon Fraser University. Dr Lindgren’s area of interest is forest insect ecology and management.
HGTV host Donna Balzer brings garden inspiration and practical insider information to get you growing food faster under cover and in your greenhouse this season.
As owner of Grow Tree Care, Aaron Wurts brings his passion for trees and problem solving to the task of business ownership.
Laurene Ebbett will present a slide show on public and private gardens of England, Wales, and Ireland. Laurene participated in a tour in May 2017 led by Steve Whysall, retired Garden Editor of the Vancouver Sun. There will also be slides from the iconic Chelsea Garden Show.
Join us for an evening with BC Home and Garden Show speaker (and all-round dynamo) Conway Lum.
Peter is the co-owner of Tree Eater Nursery on Denman Island, a small mixed permaculturally-oriented homestead farm.
Permaculture means many different things to different folks. We’ll look at why such diversity thrives in this system of looking at the world, and glean a few nuggets that we can fit into our own gardening world.