- Usually the first and third Saturday of each month
- 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 unless noted
- Seminars are free, unless noted, but pre-registration is strongly advised.
Limit of 50 people per seminar.
- To register please:
call (506) 756-3635, Fax (506) 756-1087 or
E-mail, (Please put "Seminar" in the subject line.)
- Check this site regularly for any changes or additional information.
- April 20 - GRAFTING
Learn how fruit and ornamental trees are propagated using this ancient art. The adventuresome can try their hand at what seems an easy process.
- May 4 - PRUNING
Find out how and when to prune trees and shrubs for health, ornamental value and fruit quality.
- May 18 - GARDEN DESIGN
This always popular seminar discusses the principles that guide designers to create landscapes that fulfill both aesthetic and utilitarian purposes.
- June 1 - GROWING FRUIT TREES
The apples will be blossoming and the information flowing on all aspects of growing the hardy fruit trees such as apple, cherry, plum and pear.
- June 15 - A GARDEN TOUR
Take part in a tour of Corn Hill Nursery’s extensive display gardens. This time of the year is the most colourful in the gardens.
- July 6 - CHOOSING AND GROWING HARDY ROSES
Learn which varieties of roses are best suited for various purposes and how to grow them to maximize their potential.
- July 20 - PERENNIALS FOR EVERY SEASON
With knowledgeable choices you can have perennials blooming from snow melt to bitter frost.
- August 3 - BUILDING WITH STONE
This is one of our most popular seminar topics. Learn the principles of building strong and beautiful walls, patios and walkways that will stand the test of time. ($20 Fee $30 with lunch included)
- August 17 - DIVIDING PERENNIALS
To keep perennials at their best it is necessary to divide many of them every few years. Learn the techniques and timing required to divide for better flowering and/or increased numbers.
- September 7 - SELECTING FOR FALL FOLIAGE
There is a large range of plant material beyond sugar maple that can give you spectacular colour. Let us show you trees, shrubs and perennials that will widen your eyes this fall.