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    Montreal
    2021
    I want to support the connection of life to thrive by providing food for the bees and pollinators and growing food for my family.
    Montreal
    2021
    I've been doing wildlife gardening for years because urban wildlife and native plants are important to me, and with all the development in the Griffintown area, they've lost massive ground, where former biodiverse "wasteland" has been replaced by buildings and pedestrian parks with paltry, over-used turf grass. I'm trying to make my pocket of green a visual and temperature respite for passersby,...
    Hudson
    2021
    The Mt Pleasant Elementary School Garden is a joyful, calm community space. It was created by the school community to encourage outdoor education, connection to nature and to share gardening skills for food security and community resilience. The garden was designed through collaboration between teachers and parent volunteers to be a place of active learning for all children, K - Grade 6. The...
    Verdun
    2021
    After spending my career on tour with circus companies around the world, as soon as I had my own garden I needed to get some dirt under my nails! Our family moved in November 2020 to a fix-er-upper in Verdun. Renos could wait, but a garden filled with native plants could not. I grew up in a family with a deep environmental commitment, but as a professional circus performer always inside theatres...
    Montreal
    2021
    This is our 6th year since we created a garden to attract/save/protect bees and butterflies. Our garden consists of many varieties of coneflowers, buddleias, cosmos, lavender, sedums, milkweeds, and many others. We also have a large section of raspberries, a cherry tree, a magnolia tree, a Japanese lilac tree and two three season lilac bushes. I've also added this year the purple flowering...
    Saint-Sauveur
    2021
    Our 2021 garden was off to a promising start as we work towards our goal of reducing lawn surface to a minimum, and to grow a wider diversity of edible plants adapted to our northern climes. The stream, pond, shrubs and perennials attract a huge number and variety of birds which come to bathe and drink. While in the “potager”, the cucumber and squash flowers are an important source of...
    Boucherville
    2021
    Je suis accro à l'environnement et j'adore manger ce qui pousse chez moi. Ça me permet de prendre conscience du travail des fermiers/agriculteurs qui travaillent tant pour nous offrir des aliments délicieux. J'ai toujours aimé la forêt. Ce n'est pas parce que je suis en ville que je ne peux pas instruire et sensibiliser mes enfants à la protection de la nature. Nous avons vu naître une...
    montreal
    2021
    Chaque année je cultive un potager. Cette année j'ai essayé des arachides et des asperges et mis des fleurs annuelles et vivaces. Mes fèves et concombres ont sauté la clôture et nourri la ruelle.
    BEACONSFIELD
    2021
    The front garden transformation from mostly lawn to mostly native species plants began several years ago, following the removal of an infested ash tree. During the pandemic, the installation of native species picked up speed. Plants include rudbeckia, echinacea, aquilegia, panicum grass, liatris, asclepias, and several types of asters. The rewards have been great. Since spring, the garden has...
    Laval
    2021
    By registering for it, it makes us more aware of what and why we plant certain plants. If we want to have a successful harvest, we need to involve birds, insects and plants that are from here rather than exotic plants.