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Food for Thought - Something Old and Something New: Sound Gardening Practices and Growing Weird and Wacky Vegetables

Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
May 10, 2018
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Food For Thought
Three Sisters Hall, building 94
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Fee Description
$8 + tax, reservation required
English only
Language Comments
English only with a bilingual Q & A.
Discover the best gardening practices for growing a home vegetable garden.

Learn some alternative plant profiles that you can try for fun to spice it up!

Esther Bryan has been with the Master Gardeners of Ottawa- Carleton for three years now. The Master Gardeners are an organization of experienced gardeners dedicated to garden education; they give lectures, do advice clinics at markets, as well as give advice by phone and email for home gardeners and organizations.

Esther has been gardening since she was a kid. She grows houseplants, perennials, and a rock garden but her pride and joy and primary interest is her veggie garden. She has a particular interest in growing unusual edibles.  She is married with two kids who she drags into the garden too!