Get a jump-start on the gardening season and learn how to create a bee-utiful, perennial, and water-wise garden that attracts pollinators and other beneficial insects, from early spring until late in the fall.
You will learn some facts about our pollinator friends, especially bees, as we provide tips on how to create additional types of habitat for attracting those much undervalued allies in the garden.
With this class, each student will also receive design ideas and herb and flower plant lists for attracting specific types of both beneficial insects and pollinators for a healthy garden ecosystem.
$35 Early Bird registration available until April 15th. General registration is $45.
Date: Wednesday May 6th 2015
Location: Kelowna Environmental Education Centre (EECO centre), Mission Creek Regional Park, 2363-A, Springfield Road (intersection of Springfield and Durnin Roads), Kelowna