Manitoba Master Gardener Association

Master Gardeners are individuals who are passionate about gardening.  We are part of a vast international non-profit Master Gardener organization.  Master Gardeners are a respected group of horticultural persons educated and certified through accredited universities or colleges.

The Manitoba Master Gardener Association (MMGA) is an independent organization and has no affiliation with other Manitoba garden clubs which are listed under the banner.
Resources- Garden Club News

 

All are Welcome!

Non-Members:   $20.00
Members: $10.00    

General Public Tickets:  Purchase

Member Ticket Purchase:  Member Login

Award-winning Canadian author, broadcaster, and food gardener, Niki Jabbour will introduce you to new and innovative gardening techniques and inspire you to change up your garden! Learn how to grow food year-round — even in a cold climate.

Niki Jabbour is the ultimate foodie. She presents to audiences across North America and writes for numerous publications including Fine Gardening and Garden Design. Jabbour is the award-winning author of The Year-Round Vegetable Gardener and Groundbreaking Food Gardens. Her newest book,
Niki Jabbour’s Veggie Garden Remix: 224 New Plants to Shake Up Your Garden and Add Variety, Flavor, and Fun (Storey Publishing, 2018), is a delicious compilation of international veggies and herbs.
Niki Jabbour’s appearance on ‘Growing a Greener World’


Tables available for garden related groups to sell goods or to display information – $15 a table – contact Shelley at sdwalker@mgmanitoba.com

Master Gardeners presenting in the Community

 

Susan LeBlanc – Seed Saving  – February 27, 6:30 – 8:00 pm – St. James-Assiniboia Library more info

Master Gardeners and Master Gardeners in Training (MGIT)

Association members:   access volunteer opportunities on the Member Login page frequently.  Also, new important messages and items that have arisen at MMGA Board meetings. 

Support our Local Manitoba Greenhouses!

A very special “Thank You” to local garden centres who generously give members of our Manitoba Master Gardener Association a 10% discount on regularly priced plants and garden merchandise. As Master Gardeners let’s give local garden centres our support and keep them in business. Let them know how much we appreciate them, their plants and their expertise. Remember this is a mutually beneficial relationship! For 2018 the list stands at TEN garden centers. Here are the names of participating 10% off donors:

Alternative Landscaping Ltd., 34th St. & Patricia Ave., Brandon, MB www.alternativelandscapingltd.com
Green Oak Gardens, Beausejour, MB –  https://www.greenoak.ca/
Jardins St-Leon Gardens, 419 St. Mary’s Rd.,Wpg. – www.stleongardens.com
Jensen’s Nursery & Garden Centre, 2550 McGillivray Blvd., Wpg. – http://www.jensennursery.com/
Lacoste Garden Centre, 2787 St. Mary’s Rd., Wpg. – www.lacostegardencentre.com
Red Valley Plant Market, 3091 St. Mary’s Rd., Wpg. – www.redvalley.ca
Ron Paul Garden Centre, Winnipeg – www.ronpaulgardencentre.com
Sage Gardens Greenhouses, 3410 St. Mary’s Rd., Wpg. – www.sagegarden.ca
Schriemer’s Greenhouse, 2857 McGregor Farm Rd., Birds Hill – www.schriemers.com
Shelmerdine Nursery & Garden Centre, 7800 Roblin Blvd., Headingley, MB – www.shelmerdine.com
The Green Spot, 139 Rosser Ave., E., Brandon  – www.greenspotbrandon.com

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To all Manitoba Garden/Horticultural or Garden related organizations!!
This website is a great opportunity for your organization to post or advertise  meeting schedules or events on our Resources section under Garden Club News.  To submit please send your information to:   mndudek@mgmanitoba.com     We look forward to helping you advertise your event.

 
For all inquiries contact ask@mgmanitoba.com

 
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Film – Hometown Habitat, Stories of Bringing Nature Home 12:00 pm
Film – Hometown Habitat, Stories of Bringing Nature Home @ Cinematheque Theatre
Feb 1 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Film - Hometown Habitat, Stories of Bringing Nature Home @ Cinematheque Theatre
The Meadow Project’s mission is to educate and raise awareness about sustainable, native, healthy, easy and affordable land care practices that support wildlife and human life. With that mission, we have just completed production on Hometown Habitat, Stories …
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Seedy Saturday 2020 10:00 am
Seedy Saturday 2020 @ Canadian Mennonite University, North Campus
Feb 8 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Seedy Saturday 2020 @ Canadian Mennonite University, North Campus
Every year, gardeners, farmers, and everyday citizens gather to share knowledge and seeds. There will be seed vendors and organizations in attendance and a table will be set up for those who would like to exchange seeds that …
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Seed Starting 6:30 pm
Seed Starting @ St. Vital Library
Feb 11 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Seed Starting @ St. Vital Library
  Enjoy the satisfaction of growing your favourite flowers and vegetables from seed. Master Gardener Susan LeBlanc will discuss the most successful options for seed starting indoors and outdoors. Free. Register online at https://wpl.libcal.com/calendar/ or by phoning any …
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All About Lilies – Charleswood Garden Club 7:30 pm
All About Lilies – Charleswood Garden Club
Feb 12 @ 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
All About Lilies - Charleswood Garden Club
  All about Lilies: Sandy Venton will be using her expertise and photos to tell us about new & heritage lilies, including martagons which grow in less than full-sun spots. She will touch on planting info like soil, …
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Ash Trees at Risk 12:00 pm
Ash Trees at Risk @ Millennium Library, Anhang Room
Feb 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Winnipeg’s tree canopy is at risk of substantial loss due to invasive pests. Join Lisa Jones from Trees  Winnipeg to learn about Emerald Ash Borer and Cottony Ash Psyllid, how they affect our ash trees, and steps homeowners …
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Seed Starting 6:30 pm
Seed Starting @ St. James-Assiniboia Library
Feb 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Seed Starting @ St. James-Assiniboia Library
Enjoy the satisfaction of growing your favourite flowers and vegetables from seed. Master Gardener Susan LeBlanc will discuss the most successful options for seed starting indoors and outdoors. Free. Register online or by phoning any library location.
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