What’s a Gardener to Do?

  By Derek Yarnell, Master Gardener This past winter as the climate crisis Click Here and scale of the biodiversity crisis Click Here became more apparent to me, I had an epiphany regarding the importance of gardening with …

Perennials for Northern Gardens – Zoom Presentation

Perennials for Northern Gardens is a discussion about the wide variety of perennials that have adapted to Manitoba gardens. Illustrated by over 200 photographs, Hugh Skinner will talk about the historic development of perennial flower gardening and reasons …

Butterflyway Project Webinar Series – Fall Gardening Tips

The David Suzuki Foundation(DSF), Senior Strategist, Jode Roberts, will host. Presenters are: Manitoba Master Gardener, Susan Leblanc and Kelly Leask, owner of Prairie Originals, a native nursery garden centre in Selkirk, MB. The theme is getting your garden …

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

Volunteering During COVID-19 Times

By Meera Sinha, Master Gardener in Training HOW MEERA SINHA COMPLETED HER MASTER GARDENER IN TRAINING INTERNSHIP This article first appeared in a shorter version in the Medical Post on September 4, 2020, where it garnered attention from …

My Childhood Dream to Create an Indigenous Garden

by Elizabeth Sellors, Master Gardener Part 3/3 I have located plants throughout my yard to suit their habitat requirements. My woodland area in the back yard is shady and located near two large pine trees. This area has …

Gardening During the Pandemic

By Doris Mae Oulton, Master Gardener In Training As the pandemic began to have an impact, the gardening community felt little rumblings of change in the gardening world. Anyone following their usual gardening pattern would have been surprised …

Accurate Frost Forecast = Happy Gardener

By John Sauder As a broadcast meteorologist, I’m always very careful when it comes to issuing a forecast because I know that it affects how Manitobans will plan their day. When it comes to a forecast for frost, …

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 …