What is biodiversity gardening? It is preserving or re-storing native habitat, taking care for our eco system, allowing all forms of life to exist in your garden. In practice - says Dr. Nina Zitani, a speaker during the library Earth Week celebrations
Join us for a presentation on Gardening Green by the London Middlesex Master Gardeners on May 2nd from 7-30 pm in the Stevenson & Hunt room of the Central Library. This program will help you to hone your organic gardening practices.
The thought of fresh, organic, homegrown vegetables out of my own backyard conjures thoughts of sunshine, summer... and a bit of fear! I truthfully don't know a lot about growing vegetables. How much light? How often should I water? What about bugs? Scary thoughts for a beginner.
Are you a new gardener looking for some ideas for spring? How about an avid gardener looking for something new?
Microgreens are the first green leaves of many herbs and vegetables. They have a stronger flavour than sprouts and they are grown in soil.
The OACC conducts organic farming research and provides information and services for organic farmers.
A charitable organization focused on leading communities towards "sustainable organic stewardship of land, food and fibre while respecting nature, upholding social justice and protecting natural resources."
A non-profit group of Canadian gardeners who save seeds from rare and unusual garden plants for the purpose of preserving the varieties.
This local group of the Ontario Masters Gardeners Inc. provides gardening and recipe information on their website. They also offer a Gardeners telephone helpline service.