Free Garden Talks!

Spring will soon be here and gardens will come to life. Come out to enjoy free garden talks at the Central Library from 7:00  to 8:30 pm.


Tuesday, March 5th @ 7:00 pm – “Climate-Smart Gardening”

Linda Armstrong outlines how climate extremes are challenging our growing habits. Gardeners are adapting what they grow where, when and how. Join us for a review of climate-smart gardening including landscape changes and tree selections that make sense for the future. 

Linda is an avid lifelong gardener, member of London Fanshawe Horticultural Society, blogger and member of the London Middlesex Master Gardeners.

Tuesday, March 12th @ 7:00 pm“Balcony, Container, and Small Space Gardens”

Cheryl Losch will share some ideas and considerations for creative gardening in your personal space.

Cheryl is a horticulturalist, a Master Gardener and a member of the Garden Writers Association.

Monday, March 25 @ 7:00 pmRain Gardens”

Rosemarie Szalich will explain the many benefits of a Rain Garden and how to create one. Handling rainwater wisely is increasingly important.

Speaker Rosemarie Szalich is an Organic Master Gardener with a background in agriculture.


For more information, check out Central Library Calendar of Program and Events

Location of Talks -1st Floor Stevenson & Hunt (A+B), Central Library @ 251 Dundas St, London  MAP to Central library


All talks are given by London Middlesex Master Gardeners, a local non-profit organization with a mandate to encourage home gardening and educate about effective and ecological growing practices.