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Passport to Nature: Planting a Native Garden

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Learn about planting Native plants in your garden landscape with Ego's Garden Centre expert.

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This 1-hour online workshop would benefit people who are looking at doing a fall planting of native plants in their yards and gardens. Our discussion with our expert from Ego’s Garden Centre, Kristin Ego MacPhail, will include how to plant, in what soils, the ongoing care, and the long-term benefits of including native plants on your property.

Because this workshop will take place in the late summer, we’ll start with spring and summer photos of the plants in the Ego’s gardens so participants can see size and colour. We’ll discuss the benefits of different types of native shrubs and flowers and the ways to keep them blooming by planting them in the right soil and location. Finally, we’ll have an opportunity to ask some questions of our expert.


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Organizer The Couchiching Conservancy

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The Couchiching Conservancy is a local, non-profit land trust dedicated to the protection of natural land in the Couchiching region of central Ontario.  Through the generosity of concerned citizens and in partnership with other organizations, we currently help protect more than 13,500 acres of special natural lands.

We welcome membership, donations, and corporate sponsors to help us achieve our conservation goals.

For more info, call 705-326-1620, email courtney@couchconservancy.ca or visit the website www.couchichingconserv.ca

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