Available Presentations:

ANNUALS, PERENNIALS, TREES, AND SHRUBS

  • Fantastic Plant Combinations 

  • Annuals that WOW!

  • Award-Winning Container Gardening

  • Container Gardening for Seniors

  • Houseplants as a Hobby

  • Shade Gardening Solutions

  • Trees and Shrubs for the Prairies

  • Herb Gardening and Edible Flowers

  • Perennial Collections

  • Trees and Shrubs for the Prairies​

  • Creating a Butterfly and Pollinator Garden

  • Growing Sensational Summer Bulbs

  • Herb Gardening 101

  • Creating a Prairie Flower Garden

  • Non-stop Summer Bloomers

MAINTENANCE AND TECHNIQUES

  • Healthy Soils - Amending, Testing, and Fertilizers

  • The Lazy Gardener Techniques

  • Putting Your Garden to Bed for the Winter

  • Waking Up the Spring Garden

  • Preserving the Fall Harvest

  • Fall Propagating for Spring Plants 

  • Companion Gardening

  • Low Water Gardening

  •  Seeds Starting Made Simple

  • Organic Pest Control

  • Everything Seeds!

  • Using Color Properly in the Flower Garden

VEGETABLE GARDENING

  • Pioneer Kitchen Gardens

  • Urban Vegetable Gardening

  • Vegetable Gardens in Small Spaces

  • Indoor Vegetable Gardens

  • Microgreens, Sprouts, and Shoots

  • Container Vegetable Gardening

  • Everything Tomatoes

  • The Gardener's Cookbook

HOME AND SPECIALTY COURSES

  • Home Canning Workshop

  • Houseplants as a Hobby

  • Debunking Garden Myths

  • The Sex Life of Plants

  • DIY Green Cleaning Products

  • Garden Hacks

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Upcoming Classes 

 ONLINE Zoom Courses:​

Companion Gardening

 April 19th, 7:00 pm  Regina Public Library 

The Dirt on Dirt!  Soil Health 101

Vegetable garden not producing like it used too or perennial gardens and shrubs seem to be struggling? Learn the foundations to assessing, reviving and growing healthy soil in your yards that will benefit your plant life and reward you with healthy thriving plants from the root up! 

26 Apr 2022  Tue      7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Culinary Herbs, Edible Flowers and Tea Blending 

Interested in redefining fresh in your kitchen and enhancing your containers and gardens with herbs and delicious, delicate blooms? Join Master Gardener Sheila Bonneteau for an evening of fundamentals on growing, maintaining, harvesting and preserving herbs as she shares local chef recipes and what you need to start blending your own teas.

17 May 2022  Tue       7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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306-530-1421
 

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