UPCOMING CLASSES

Each class is offered for 2 dates only, so register early. Space is limited to 20 people per class.

COVID-19 precautions are in effect.


COST PER CLASS - $20

(except for the Kids Program during March Break)


Register online, call to book (613) 243-2492 or visit us at 1317 Wilson Rd.


For a Special Bonus, check out the MASTER PASS

FEBRUARY

VEGETABLE GARDEN 101  - (FEB 18th, 2021)

What to know BEFORE you start

Vegetable gardening has changed drastically over the last 5 years. Some of it good, and some less so.

        ·  Learn the pros and cons of different gardening methods including

o  Raised Beds

o  In-Ground gardening

o  Vertical gardening

o  Container gardening

        ·  Understand the needs of plants and how they grow and adapt in your space

o  GMO’s and what they really mean to your family

o  Seed and soil terminology

VEGETABLE GARDEN 101 - (Feb 21st, 2021)

What to know BEFORE you start

Vegetable gardening has changed drastically over the last 5 years. Some of it good, and some less so.

        ·  Learn the pros and cons of different gardening methods including

o  Raised Beds

o  In-Ground gardening

o  Vertical gardening

o  Container gardening

        ·  Understand the needs of plants and how they grow and adapt in your space

o  GMO’s and what they really mean to your family

o  Seed and soil terminology

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE ROLL CALL - (Feb 11, 2021)

All the secrets to growing your favourite foods

Class includes detailed growing instructions for

        ·  12 of the most popular vegetables including tomatoes, peppers, and carrots

        ·  5 of the most common fruits including apples, strawberries and cherries

        ·  Herbs

        ·  Companion planting 

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE ROLL CALL - (Feb 14, 2021)

All the secrets to growing your favourite foods

Class includes detailed growing instructions for

        ·  12 of the most popular vegetables including tomatoes, peppers, and carrots

        ·  5 of the most common fruits including apples, strawberries and cherries

        ·  Herbs

        ·  Companion planting 

THE DIRT ON DIRT - (Feb 18, 2021)

How to revitalize your vegetable and flower gardens

Attendees will get a better understanding of soil and the needs of plants to ensure bigger and better crops.

  Amendments, fertilizers and what they do for you

  The right poo for you! Choosing manure for your gardens 

  Composting and the secrets to turning kitchen waste into garden gold

THE DIRT ON DIRT - (Feb 21, 2021)

How to revitalize your vegetable and flower gardens

Attendees will get a better understanding of soil and the needs of plants to ensure bigger and better crops.

  Amendments, fertilizers and what they do for you

  The right poo for you! Choosing manure for your gardens 

  Composting and the secrets to turning kitchen waste into garden gold

WHAT’S EATING MY PLANTS  - (Feb 28, 2021)

Everything wants to eat your vegetables, learn how to identify and stop predators in the garden

Topics covered include

      Deer, Rabits and herbivores and how to deter them

      Insects 

      Fungus and blights

      Remedies       

WHAT’S EATING MY PLANTS  - (Feb 28, 2021)

Everything wants to eat your vegetables, learn how to identify and stop predators in the garden

Topics covered include

   Deer, Rabits and herbivores and how to deter them

   Insects 

   Fungus and blights

   Remedies  

MARCH

READY, SET…GROW!  -  SOLD OUT

Wake up your gardens for the season

Attendees will gain an understanding of the spring/summer needs of 15 common perennials and shrubs in most gardens by seeing them in Carson’s personal space.

   

        ·      Includes various popular plants like Hosta, hydrangeas and peonies

        ·      When to fertilize, prune, divide and move

        ·      Landscape design tips to getting the most from your garden 

                           

 In Carson’s Garden (dress weather appropriate)

READY, SET…GROW!  -  (Mar 28, 2021)

Wake up your gardens for the season

Attendees will gain an understanding of the spring/summer needs of 15 common perennials and shrubs in most gardens by seeing them in Carson’s personal space.

 

        ·  Includes various popular plants like Hosta, hydrangeas and peonies

        ·  When to fertilize, prune, divide and move

        ·  Landscape design tips to getting the most from your garden 

         

 In Carson’s Garden (dress weather appropriate)

2021 MASTER PASS         SORRY SOLD OUT

2021 MASTER PASS
SORRY SOLD OUT

Attend all 5 classes (Kids program is exempt)

and have a 1 hour in-person garden consultation with Carson

at your home to go over plants, gardens and landscape ideas.

Cost $300 

Limited to 15 spots


Register