Free Cannabis Cultivation Series - Sowing the Seeds of Love (Part 1 of 6)

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Plant Alchemy

446 King Road

Richmond Hill, ON L4E 2Y8

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Robert Louis Stevenson said "Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant". One truly beneficial seed that has many people captivated is the cannabis seed!

Those who enjoy and value cannabis, often find their experience with the plant is greatly enhanced when they grow their own (which is now legal in Canada!). We've designed a free talk and demonstration series for those who want to learn about the art of cannabis cultivation.

At Sowing the Seeds of Love (Part 1) you'll learn about:

~ the germination process

~ how to plant and care for seedlings

~ the difference between auto flower, feminized and regular seeds

As experienced growers, we'll take you through a live demonstration, and a step by step guide of curated visuals, (a gift for you to take home), to show you the first stages in the lifecycle of a cannabis plant. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or someone who's canna-curious, you'll take away tips and insights that'll help you gain confidence and experience pleasure when growing your own plant medicine.

Our 6-part free series is designed to give you practical information on growing your own cananbis. Our series is timed out over several months to mirror the natural growing cycle of the cannabis plant - from seed to harvest and curing.

SPACE IS LIMITED

There's no obligation to come to all 6 parts, we'd love to have you when you can make it.

Here are the dates for the second round of our 6 Part free talk series:

Part 1 - Sowing the Seeds of Love: May 15
Part 2 - Grassroots: June 5
Part 3: Pests Be Gone: June 26
Part 4: A New Generation: July 24
Part 5: Flower Power: Aug 7
Part 6: Harvest Moon: Oct 2

All the Flowers of all the tomorrows are in the seeds of today - Chinese Proverb

BOOK YOUR SPOT NOW!!


For questions call Tara @ 289-772-6430 or Tom @ 647-716-7746

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Plant Alchemy

446 King Road

Richmond Hill, ON L4E 2Y8

Canada

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Organizer Tara Brasier and Tom Scherbluk

Organizer of Free Cannabis Cultivation Series - Sowing the Seeds of Love (Part 1 of 6)

Tara Brasier - Cannabis Literacy Educator * Medical Cannabis Patient * Yoga & Mindfulness Teacher

Tara is an educator with over 21 years experience, including teaching communications at George Brown College.

Her journey with mindfulness intersected with cannabis 9 years ago when her Brother's ALS diagnosis prompted her to devour all the knowledge she could on the plant's medicinal properties. What she learned proved doubly valuable. She began to apply her medical cannabis knowledge and mindfulness training towards her own healing.  By integrating plant medicines and mindfulness practices Tara found a new level of enjoyment for life by subduing her fibromyalgia, IBS, depression and anxiety.

Tara's vision for Plant Alchemy is to teach others how plant medicines can bring healing and vitality to one's life and that through mindfulness, and cannabis, what you learn about yourself can be profoundly rewarding.


Tom Scherbluk - Cannabis Literacy Educator * Mechanical Engineer * MBA

Tom is an engineer and a marketing consultant, who has always embraced the full spectrum of creativity and fact-based thinking. As a mindfulness practitioner for over 8 years, Tom Co-founded Plant Alchemy with Tara Brasier because of his desire to help people revel in the oasis of their own authenticity.

Tom learned the art of cannabis cultivation several years ago with an MMAR licence, learning under the mentorship of other experienced medical growers. Years of experimentation with the effects of various cannabis strains, including cross-breeding plants to tailor strain profiles, helped him thoroughly understand how cannabis can be customized for patients' optimal medical outcomes.

With cannabis becoming recreationally available in Canada and more areas worldwide, Tom wanted to take his journey with the practical, factual and creative aspects of cannabis and co-create  programs that will help people use plant medicine to find the balance between the always-on nature of today's society, and their own Body, Mind & Spirit.

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