5251 Oak Street Vancouver BC V6M 4H1 CA

Start date: Saturday, July 9 2022.

Schedule:

 On Saturday, July 9, 2022 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM


Resource person: learn@vandusen.org

Location: VanDusen Botanical Garden- Visitor Centre

Description:

Would you like to make your garden more attractive to pollinators? Join instructors Sangeeta Thomas and Neil Dumont on a walk and talk through VanDusen Botanical Garden. They will discuss how to use plants to build a habitat that will support a variety of bees, hummingbirds and butterflies. You will gain an understanding of how to plan a 4-season pollinator garden that will provide food and other resources for urban insects, as well as encourage nesting sites for these species in your area. A bloom timetable will be provided.

Sangeeta has worked as the head gardener at Earthwise gardens, a pollinator-focused public garden. She now works at the VBGA as a Senior Environmental Educator, where she is thrilled to share all she knows about flowers!

Neil is the owner of WildBee Co., a business that started with the idea of creating unique solitary bee homes for our urban environment.

Meet at the Visitor Centre and enter the Garden as a group.

The entire class is spent outdoors, rain or shine. Online pre-registration is required.

Image by Jggrz from Pixabay.

 

Available: Available

Price: $26.00 Taxes not included

Notes: Cancellation policy: No refunds will be given for education courses. For cancellations with one week's notice, a credit will be applied to your account. With less than a week's notice, no credit will be given. No new credit will be issued if the cancelled course was purchased using prior credit. Program cancellation by the VBGA due to Public Health Restrictions will result in education program credit equivalent to the value lost. Credits must be used within one year from the date issued. Please notify us of your cancellation in writing to learn@vandusen.org

More information: Instructors: Sangueeta Thomas & Neil Dumont

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