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Articles from: March 2012

Stink Bugs

The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug is a new pest threatening Ontario.
Read all about it on the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs website.
The Master Gardeners of Ontario are asking for everyone to be on the alert and report sightings on the Master Gardeners of Ontario website.

Upcoming Meetings

Meetings are usually held on the
third Monday of the month (with the odd exception)
Lambeth United Church
http://www.lambethunitedchurch.ca
4268 Colonel Talbot Rd. London, ON
but due to the Covid 19 pandemic,
our January, February and March meetings
will be held via zoom.
Members will receive an invitation
via email prior to the meetings.
at 7:30 pm

JANUARY 18, 2021 – MEETING VIA ZOOM
SPEAKER: Darren Heimbecker

TOPIC: Whistling Gardens. Daren will walk with us through the bright sun filled colourful gardens in the middle of winter and share with us the updates, the new plants and the future for Whistling Gardens.
DESIGN: “Storms and Blizzards” an inerpretive design. PLEASE CONTACT HELEN PETERNEL if you wish to show your creation during the meeting. No judging.

FEBRUARY 15, 2021 – MEETING VIA ZOOM
SPEAKER: Dr. Youbin Zheng

TOPIC: Learning about Cannabis. Dr. Zheng works at the University of Guelph and one of his current research projects is on Indoor Medical Cannabis Production. An interesting complex topic indeed!
DESIGN: “Lasting Treasures” – a small design (use the flowers that you dried last fall). PLEASE CONTACT HELEN PETERNEL if you wish to show your creation during the meeting. No judging.

MARCH 15, 2021 – MEETING VIA ZOOM
SPEAKER: Dr. Jeremy McNeil


TOPIC: TBA. Dr. McNeil is a distinguished professor at UWO and has spoken to us several times before. He is an extremely knowledgeable man who brings interest and entertainment to his every presentation.
DESIGN: “TOP O’THE MORNING” – an all green design.
PLEASE CONTACT HELEN PETERNEL is you wish to show your creation during the meeting. No judging.

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Keep safe and stay connected with your family and friends during this COVID19 pandemic..