November Newsletter – Tasks for November, Adding Biodiversity, Bees and more!

Here’s an excellent newsletter from our Master Gardener friends in nearby Halton with three good articles for your reading pleasure. It’s key when searching the internet to find reliable resources that are based on real science, not garden myths! Some good sources for garden information include Master Gardeners, Canadian Universities such as UBC, US University Extension Services (.edu), OMAFRA (Ontario Food and Agriculture), Garden Professors (Washington State University), and any reputable garden magazine.

This timely newsletter from Halton Master Gardeners includes reliable and useful advice!

  • a handy To-Do List for November
  • Why and How to Add Biodiversity to our Gardens
  • What’s the Buzz about Bees and What does it mean for Gardeners?

Click on ‘Cross Pollination’ page 1 below to view the full November newsletter.

To read even more on related subjects, check out these posts from the London Middlesex Master Gardeners:

Grow Native

Native vs Native Cultivars Conundrum

Frequently Asked Questions about Pollinators and Neonics

 

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