Adding Pollinators

Maya Navrot (left) spoke to members of the Horticultural Society about establishing pollinator friendly gardening. At right is Elizabeth Churcher of the Tweed Horticultural Society.

Layers of ice and mounds of snow did not dampen the enthusiasm of the Tweed and District Horticultural Society members as they welcomed Maya Navrot as their guest speaker for the March meeting. Maya is the Education and   Stewardship Coordinator for Quinte Conservation.

Through her photo presentation, Maya illustrated how yards, garden spaces and even patio containers can be established to help pollinators. A number of different gardens were presented from butterfly planters to naturalized wildflower meadows.

Maya shared ideas about planning a pollinator friendly garden as well as native wildflowers and shrubs that could be incorporated into these gardens. She discussed the importance of pollinators in our environment and in our daily lives.

Shot of the front entrance of the Quinte Conservation headquarters.


April 2 ….Victoria Whitney of Griffin’s Greenhouses in the Peterborough area will share the new plants for 2019.

April 26 from 5-9, April 27 10-5 and April 28 10-4…Peterborough Garden Show at Fleming College,


 Admission $10


April 27…Spring AGM hosted by Rideau Lakes Group. If you wish to attend, please register with our club.

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