Hello Everyone, The dreary weather seems to have set in. How about thinking of adding some colour in your home or having a brief escape to some tropical gardens. See the information below. Enjoy!
Forcing bulbs and dreaming of spring: yes winter is not fully here but sometimes having a bit of spring colour is a nice addition in our home during the dreary days. Learn how to force crocus, tulip or daffodils. Learn more by clicking HERE and another article HERE.
Caring for poinsettias: Like to keep your poinsettias for longer than the Christmas season? I have had success. I was lucky that mine rebloomed the following year by putting in a northwest window. Give it a try and see what happens! More info HERE.
How about escaping to the tropics? Join world traveler, author, photographer, and Master Gardener Dan Cooper on a virtual journey to botanical gardens in Bali, Borneo, Thailand, and Singapore and delight in some of the weird and wonderful exotic tropical flowers of Southeast Asia. This free webinar is on Sunday, December 5 from 2 to 3:00 pm. presented by Parkside Centre. Click HERE for more details and to register.
Looking for tips to keep your real Christmas tree as fresh as possible? Click HERE.
Trees for Woolwich with Nature Guelph are offering a webinar series called Speaking of Trees over the fall and winter. Click HERE for the information.
Join Let’s Tree Wilmot for a
Tuesday, November 30, 2021
7:00 to 9:00 pm
Wilmot Recreation Complex, Rm A & B
“Transforming the Natural Landscape”
Wetland Conservation Designer
Mike Schout Wetland Preserve, New Hamburg.
Join us to thank the many volunteers who make Let's Tree Wilmot possible!
For more information and to signup go to REGISTER
(In accordance with public health guidelines, COVID-19 vaccination and masks are required.)
Let's Tree Wilmot is a project of the Wilmot Horticultural Society
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