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Ask a Virtual Master Gardener: Rideau Thousand Island Master Gardeners

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For practical gardening advice, join us for our weekly Ask a Master Gardener call talks, mini-workshops, Q&A, virtual tours and more.

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We’re featuring Q&A conversations, mini-workshops and virtual tours with Rideau 1000 Islands Master Gardeners & friends.

While each week we have a theme, we're happy to answer any and all gardening questions!

What to look forward to:

April 1: From lawn to vegetable garden – a step-by-step guide with Susie

April 15: Guest Tom Waller on biodynamic garden prep with Astrid

April 22: Designing a front yard meadow using native plants and nativars with Nancy

April 29: Growing medicinal herbs in your garden with Jane of Redwing Herb Farm

May 6: Growing vegetables in containers with Nancy

May 20: Different methods of eradicating invasive plants with Nancy Cole – herbaceous invasives: Garlic Mustard, Japanese Knotweed, Dog-strangling Vine

May 27: Designing a front yard Little Forest with Joyce

June 17: Different methods of eradicating invasive plants with Nancy Cole – herbaceous invasives: Buckthorn, Multiflora Rose, Honeysuckles

July 8: How much & how often to water your vegetable garden with Barb

When: Every Thursday afternoon from 1-1:30 pm

Where: Virtually via Zoom.

Registration: You only need to register once and can then join in any week you'd like. Make sure you add your invite and join link to your calendar.

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvdOuorT8tEtW6xEO2dC9iyJnh5nXJfO5m

After registering, you'll receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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Rideau Thousand Island Master Gardeners are volunteers who share a love of gardening, a desire for learning and a will to promote regenerative gardening practices. 

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