This month the Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden offers three events – Tree Walk and Talk with Douglas Justice, Plan your Resilient Garden course, and Soup Making demonstration. Learn about tree identification, gardening in a changing climate, and how to make a harvest soup.
Sunday, September 20, 1:30pm, Douglas Justice, a UBC botany professor and one of our Garden’s directors, will give a Tree Walk and Talk. Enjoy the trees in the Botanical Garden, see how to identify them. Drop-in admission is by donation.
Planning your Resilient Garden in a Changing Climate is on three Tuesdays, September 22, 29, and October 6 from 7 – 9 p.m. Sheila Watkins and Paddy Wales will guide your plan so your garden will better weather the drought and water restrictions. Pre-registration required.
Christine Chandler will give a soup-making workshop Thursday, September 24 at 5 p.m. Learn to make delicious harvest soups. Participants will take home a container of soup. Register early.
To register for Your Resilient Garden or Soup Making, email, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 604-740-3969.
Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden is at 5941 Mason Road, Sechelt, and is open for summer hours Friday to Wednesday 11 am – 4 pm through October, by donation. Winter hours begin October 1. Members enjoy free visits plus many extra perks. Visit www.coastbotanicalgarden.org for more information. Submitted