FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2015

Edmonton In Bloom Annual Celebration and Awards

The Annual Awards Celebration and Presentations evening is generally held in early August.

The general public is welcome to attend. Join us to celebrate beautiful spaces in Edmonton, ranging from schoolyard naturescapes to flourishing private yards.

Watch for announcements of finalists and awards in newspapers mid-summer.

Edmonton in Bloom Awards Night 2015
Wednesday August 12th  7 to 9 pm
Shoctor Theatre, Citadel Theatre.

Click here for more information.

Speaker: July 2015

July 27

Book Launch: Why Grow Here by Kathryn Merrett

with Kathryn Merrett

What role has gardening played in the evolution of Edmonton as it has grown from a nineteenth century fur trading post to a twenty-first century urban agglomeration? What role has gardening played in the lives of immigrants as they work to make Canada their home? What role has the Edmonton Horticultural Society played in the city’s gardening history? Come to hear Kathryn Chase Merrett talk about the gardens, garden organizations and gardening movements as well as the city beautification advocates, entrepreneurs, plant hybridists and ...

May Volunteer of the Month - Bert Yeudall

Bert Yeudall is a man of strength and wonder! Only a couple of years ago, Bert had a major health challenge, but true to the “power of life” and with the support of his wife, Bernie, and friends, he overcame. Now Bert is a force to be reckoned with.

You may recognize Bert at every member’s meeting, introducing the speaker for the evening. He has been a integral part of the Speakers Committee for the last 2 years. Well done, Bert! We have enjoyed the selection of speakers you and the committee have procured.

Bert and Bernie have been ...

Garden Maintenance Workshop Series

Spring, Summer and Fall Garden Maintenance with Kevin Napora*

Part I: Garden Maintenance: Welcome Spring!

Sunday, April 12, 2015  2-4:30 pm, at the EHS Office, 10746 – 178 St, Edmonton
We are inundated with images of serene and happy gardeners laughing and enjoying a sip of lemonade in their pristine gardens. Yet so often the reality for us is foot-high Canada thistle and bouquets of dandelions. This first of a three-part workshop series will take us week by week through the important tasks in getting the garden up and running. This Spring session will cover early pruning, lawn ...

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