Program of Events

January 15, 2020:  Annual General Meeting + “Le Jardin de Francois”  Presented by Susan Marshall
Location: NOTE: Teen Lounge (upstairs) at the Beaconsfield Rec Centre, 174 City Lane, Beaconsfield
Time:   7:30pm-9:00pm. Please arrive by 7:15pm. 

The evening will begin with our Annual General Meeting (AGM) which will include a review of the club’s finances and a vote on the Executive members. The AGM  will be followed by photos and commentary by Susan Marshall on “Les Jardins de Francois’, a St. Sauveur garden she visited this summer.

Please note that the re-opening of the Herb Linder Annex has been delayed and our January locale is at the Beaconsfield Rec Centre for this occasion only.


February 12, 2020:  “Selecting and Caring For Indoor Plants”  Presented by Francois Dubois of Jasmin Nursery

Location: Herb Linder Annex, 303 Beaconsfield Blvd.
Time: 7:30pm-9:00pm. Please arrive by 7:15pm.

Container plants are a wonderful way to liven up any living space. Possibilities abound!  Francois Dubois of Jasmin Nursery will provide tips and info on choosing that next house plant you’re looking for, whether it’s something easy-care, tall-and-dramatic or something new on the market to get you excited.

 

http://jardinjasmin.com/catalogue/index.php?UILanguage=EN


March 11, 2020: ” Welcome to Gannaiden – Garden of Possibilities ”  Presented by Elaine Steinberg
Location: Herb Linder Annex, 303 Beaconsfield Blvd.
Time: 7:30pm-9:00pm. Please arrive by 7:15pm.
Elaine Steinberg will present an overview of Gannaiden and a few tips and tricks on her  ‘design- maintenance’ program. Started as a private family garden in Vaudreuil-Dorion, Gannaiden opened to the pubic in 2017 as a sculpture-garden. Marcel Braitstein is a well know Canadian sculptor with works in museums across Canada and beyond North America. His wife Elaine Steinberg is the gardener. “Hands on the land is important to me.  I have always wanted to grow old gardening.” said Steinberg.

https://www.gannaiden.org/gardens


April 8, 2020:   “Reford Gardens”  (topic to be confirmed)  Presented by Alexander Reford of Reford Gardens 
Location: Herb Linder Annex, 303 Beaconsfield Blvd.
Time: 7:30pm-9:00pm. Please arrive by 7:15pm.
The Jardins de Métis was created from 1926 to 1958 by Elsie Reford, an avant-gardist planter and collector of rare plants. Some 3,000 species and varieties of plants, including the famous blue poppy of the Himalayas, are spread over some 15 gardens. Elsie Reford succeeded in adapting rare species to the Quebec climate. She, along with local farmers and tradespeople whom she trained, built a remarkable garden that is now a national historic site of Canada.
May 9, 2020:   Spring Plant Sale at Centennial Hall
Location: Centennial Hall, 288 Beaconsfield Blvd.
Time: 10am 

We are selling many different plants from our members’ gardens.  Arrive early as plants go quickly – we often sell out by 11:00.

 

 

 

 

 


May 13, 2020:  ”The Healing Power of Cannabis”  Presented by Mark Reynolds of Naughty Nettle Medicinals
Location: Herb Linder Annex, 303 Beaconsfield Blvd.
Time: 7:30pm-9:00pm. Please arrive by 7:15pm.

Naughty Nettle Medicinals aims to educate and empower others to the methods of herbal medicine. Mark is in his third year of organic medicinal farming in Quebec, and has given workshops on holistic health, fermentation, hydroponics and herbal medicine. We will learn about the cannabis plant, including its healing power and medicinal benefits.