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Tour the awakening wildflower gardens and meadows at Wildflower Farm in Coldwater, Ontario, to explore the first floral jewels of spring. Practice wildflower floral design techniques with fresh-cut spring blooming woodland and alpine wildflowers. Bring your own small vase, plus lunch and we'll provide the rest! Driving directions and details will be provided. (This event does not apply towards the Floral Design Certificate program.)
Irregular classes scheduled starting 09/05/2014 and ending 10/05/2014 at 7:30PM
This indoor workshop will teach you how to identify birds by sight and sound and how to use a field guide and binoculars. Ideal for beginners.
Single class scheduled on 09/05/2014 at 7:00PM
What's that flash of colour in the trees? In this follow-up to Introduction to Birding, put your newfound birding skills to use on an early morning bird walk in Edwards Gardens. Ideal for beginners.
Single class scheduled on 10/05/2014 at 7:30PM
Celebrate the summer solstice through the traditions, fables and folklore of garlic, a "vulgar vegetable" that's making its renaissance. Sample Four Thieves' Vinegar, a Middle Ages recipe with garlic and herbs, and assess the potency of the garlic love potion recommended by ancient Roman naturalist, Pliny the Elder.
Single class scheduled on 21/06/2014 at 11:00AM
Learn how you can help to save our native plants in this lecture by Dr. John Oyston. The owner of Oak Hills Farm has re-created a 3 acre tallgrass prairie and planted an arboretum of 120 different native Ontario trees and shrubs. The property won a Garden Award from the North American Native Plant Society and John was declared a "Hero of the Moraine" by STORM (Save the Oak Ridges Moraine).
Single class scheduled on 03/07/2014 at 7:00PM
Morning coffee is for the birds! Discover the impact your coffee choice has on different species of songbirds that appear in our backyards every summer. Learn from David Pritchard, co-owner and roaster at Birds and Beans Inc., how scientists, farmers and coffee roasters are working together to preserve the winter habitats of the intercontinental birds we share.
Single class scheduled on 24/07/2014 at 6:30PM
TORONTO BOTANICAL GARDEN, 777 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto, ON CANADA | 416-397-1341 | info@torontobotanicalgarden.ca