Events & Seminars
Below is the full list of our events for the 2019 season. Seminars usually take place the first and third Saturday of each month 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 unless noted seminars are free, pre-registration is strongly advised. Limit of 50 people per seminar
Mid Morning Yoga Flow Starting June 9th
You’re invited to join us every other Sunday from 10am-11am for Yoga with Marieve. Includes breath work, balance poses & deep stretching.
Classes will take place outside or upstairs @ the Cedar Café.
Please bring: Yoga Mat & Water Bottle
Cost: $12 – Includes 1 hour class & tea after, call 756-3635 to reserve your spot
July 20 - Flower Arranging Seminar
We will provide the flowers. You provide the imagination. After a short discussion of basic principles you can create your own unique arrangements. If you have pruning shears, gloves, etc. please bring them. You can bring your own vases or can purchase simple glass vases for $5.00@ if you want to take them home. There is a $20 fee for this seminar to cover the costs of gathering.
August 3 - Late Summer Shrubs & Perennials Seminar
Many gardens lose colour at the end of the summer. We can show you shrubs and perennials that can insure your garden will never become drab.
August 17 - August 18: Artists in the Garden
One of our most popular events.The highest quality juried artists and craftsmen from across the Maritimes will have their work on display for sale, surrounded by the colours, textures and fragrances of the gardens. Work will include pottery, jewelry, woodwork, sculpture, painting, textiles and more.
August 24 - Building with Stone Seminar
If you want to create a walkway, patio or wall with natural stone here is your chance to learn the guiding principles of construction given by an instructor with over 30 years experience. This seminar will run from 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm with an option for lunch. Cost is $30 plus tax for the seminar, $40 plus tax with a lunch included.
September 7 - Growing and Curing Cannabis for Home Use
Thinking of growing your own? Learn from an expert how to grow and harvest cannabis for your own use. Sorry, no samples, but you are free to bring your own. There is a $20 fee for this seminar.
September 21 - Apples for the Maritimes
We have been growing apples for nearly 40 years and in that time have learned a lot about what works and what doesn’t. Join us in the orchard to learn about proper soils and siting and the cultivars that are best suited for dessert, baking, sauces and cider and how different rootstocks affect growth and productivity.
September 28 & 29 - Grapefest
Our annual celebration of the fall harvest. There will be informational seminars on growing apples, small fruits and grapes. The air will be filled with live music. The café will be offering the finest in foods and the pizza oven and cash bar will be available for those who want a quick bite and sip. There will be cider pressing and more.