Join us on Saturday, 1 June, from 1.00-3.00 pm for a talk on Pollinator Gardens by Toronto Master Gardener Joyce Tan.
As our church community begins to ‘green’ our yard by creating a native plant garden, we are keen to reach out to the greater community to let them know what we are doing with our space, and why. Joyce is very knowledgeable and passionate about this issue, and there is much that those of us who live in cities can do to help and support wild bees, butterflies, and other insects that keep our gardens alive.
Learn how to identify native pollinators and why they are important to the environment, what sort of plants are best to attract native pollinators, and how to make your garden more attractive and friendly to these helpful and beneficial insects.
The talk will take place in the church itself and there will be time for Q&A. Come yourself, and tell your gardener friends!