WELCOME TO GARDENS MANITOBA
Gardens Manitoba is a local, non-profit charitable organization focusing on events to raise funds for community gardening projects and programs to provide resources, information and outreach for horticultural promotion, education and enjoyment.
Gardening Saturday, Seedy Saturday and our monthly meetings are just a few of the activities that help bring gardeners from around Manitoba together.
“Growing Manitoba communities through horticultural education, fundraising and gardening”
On February 11, Gardens Manitoba presents:
Beautiful, spicy and fragrant ginger – an inspiring presentation about this wonderful plant by Master Gardener Igor Kaftan
This will be a cheerful and inspiring look into the Tropics on a cold February evening. Anyone who has traveled to the Tropics has taken note of gingers because of the beauty of their bracts, known as flowers, their profuse fragrance and a gracefulness of their towering stems
When: Tuesday February 11th
Where: Riverside Lions, 188 Worthington Avenue
Time: 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Cost: Free to Gardens Manitoba Members, $5:00 for non members
The Gardening Saturday web site is live!
Gardening Saturday will take place on Saturday, April 18, 2020. The theme this year is “Past, Present and Future” and will feature 14 horticultural workshops and two panel discussions presented by local gardening experts.
Sponsorship information and trade show booth application forms will be e-mailed out to previous vendors and posted on the Gardening Saturday web site shortly.
Learn more and sign up for workshops through the Gardening Saturday web site.
Seedy Saturday 2020 is on February 8, 2020
The event runs from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Canadian Mennonite University and includes a seed swap, film screening and workshops. Learn seed saving and starting basics, and more! Presented by SeedChange, Canadian Mennonite University and Gardens Manitoba.
Click on the poster image below for PDF (700kb) for more information and workshop times.
November 23, 2019: Save Our Canopy campaign
Various residents’ Associations, OURS-Winnipeg (OUTDOOR URBAN RECREATIONAL SPACES) and neighbourhood groups have come together to create and easy-to-use campaign to ensure our mayor and councillors know just how important Winnipeggers believe our tree canopy is – and we all know just how under threat it is and how under-funding will only exacerbate the issues it faces!
Please take a moment to check out the Save Our Canopy website and add your voice before Tuesday’s city budget meeting.Come
Alerus Center (free parking), 1200 42nd Street South Grand Forks, N.D.