Garden Tour that did not Happen!

By Shelley Walker, Events and Fundraising Director Every July Master Gardeners and the public alike look forward to the Manitoba Master Gardener Association Tour. This year, due to Covid-19, the tour had to be cancelled. A big thank …

Information Event 2020

If you missed this Zoom Information event here is the link to the presentation: Click Here Frequently Asked Questions about the Manitoba Master Gardener Program: FAQ, Program Info Session PPT, September 2020_nk edits

Master Gardener Courses Now Posted 2020

Do you like gardening, volunteering and passing on your gardening knowledge? Have you thought about becoming a Master Gardener? The 2020 -2021 course schedule is now out! Click Here

A Vegetable Garden Adventure

  By Darlene Belton, Master Gardener I’ve grown herbs and a few vegetables, such as tomatoes, cucumbers and squash, for many years but I have always tucked them right into my ornamental borders. However, this year for many …

My Childhood Dream to Create an Indigenous Garden

by Elizabeth Sellors, Master Gardener Part 2/3 In order to achieve the prairie and woodland experience I wanted the garden would, in many respects, just “happen”. It would be loosely planted, not rigidly controlled by specifically positioned plants. …

My Childhood Dream to Create an Indigenous Garden – Part 1

By Elizabeth Sellors, Master Gardener An indigenous garden is one that respects the flora that evolved over millennia and that established itself prior to the introduction of European settlements. An indigenous garden is one that cares for wildlife …

CANCELLED Garden Tour 2020

Gardening Saturday

Steinbach and Area Garden Club – ‘Come Grow with Us’

Here at the Steinbach and Area Garden Club, we are excited about our special Manitoba 150 “Come Grow with Us” Event that we are hosting on Saturday, April 18. This event will include presentations by local gurus, a …

A Splash of the Tropics in the Garden – About Overwintering Tropicals

by Laverne Dahlin, Master Gardener I started growing canna lilies (Cannaceae), which is not a true lily, 4 years ago when a fellow gardener gave me a rhizome of a Red King Humbert canna lily. I planted the …