Free Garden Talks @ London Central Library Feb 26 & Mar 5, 2018

Free Garden Talks @ London Central Library Feb 26 & Mar 5, 2018

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.


Monday, February 26th @ 7:00 pm – “Gardening Myths and Legends” 

Join us for an informative and fun night as we explore the interesting and often bizarre world of Gardening Myths and Legends. Does adding sugar to the soil really sweeten tomatoes? And what is a peeper and why does it peep and what does that have to do with peas?

Speaker Cheryl Losch is a Horticulturalist, Master Gardener, President of the Strathroy-Caradoc Horticultural Society and an Ontario Horticultural Association board member.

Monday March 5 @ 7:00 pm –Square Foot Gardening”

Think you have no room for a garden ?  Join us to discover tips and tricks to make the most of the space you have and  discover where and how you can find  even more gardening space. Then learn how intensive vegetable gardening coupled with companion planting makes the most of these small spaces to ensure a bountiful harvest from spring to fall .

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.