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Date January 21, 2010, 7pm
Speaker:  Diana Pooke
Location: St Lukes Church, Dixie Road S
Admission:
Members free, Guest $5.00
 
Topic:  Growing a Glorious Garden from Seed

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Diana is a  Mississauga Master Gardener and editor for the Ontario Rock Garden and Hardy Plant Society’s newsletter.  She frequently speaks to horticultural audiences on subjects ranging from wildlife in the garden, to grasses and perennials.  Over the past 20 years, Diana has been perfecting techniques in growing plants from seed.  This evening Diana will share some of those techniques with us.






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Date: Thursday, Feb 19, 7 pm

Guest Speaker: Martha Kantorczyk

Topic: Through the Garden Gate: A Sense of Place

Last June, Martha--a Master Gardener and co-chair of the AGC's membership committee--went on the Toronto Botanical Garden's tour of Hogg's Hollow expecting to see all kinds of lavish landscaping. "Yes, I saw that, but what I took away from the tour was how the best gardens reveal a sense of place," she says. "They had an innate appreciation of how to shape a garden in a particular setting." Martha will focus on gardens that stood out and what didn't work so well. She'll also show plant choices.


Date: Thursday, Mar 19, 7 pm

Guest Speaker: Wolfgang Bonham

Topic: The Evening Garden: Design for After Dark

With hectic schedules and long commutes, many of us don't get home in time to enjoy our gardens, and by the time we're ready to wind down they've gone to sleep. So why not design a garden to look fantastic once the sun goes down? Wolfe Bonham of Peace, Love, and Landscaping guides us with ideas on how to do just that.


Date: Thursday, Apr 16, 7 pm

Guest Speaker: Dugald Cameron

Topic: Clematis, the Ultimate Social Climber

Clematis can be a challenge for the most experienced gardener. Back by popular demand, Dugald Cameron addresses the challenges and speaks of  what’s new in the world of clematis vines. Dugald, an entertaining and highly respected speaker 

with a wealth of knowledge in gardening and photography. He is the former owner of the recently closed Garden Imports.


February, March and April meetings are held at St. Luke’ Church, 1513 Dixie Rd., at 7 pm.  Admission is free for members, $5 for non-members.







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