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Sunday May 7th
2:00 PM
Owen Reeves MUN Botanical Garden
       
Tuesday May 9th
7:00 PM
Albert Mondor Debra Dynes Family House &
the Ottawa Food Bank
       
Mercredi 10 mai 19H00
Albert Mondor Jardin de Métis-Reford Gardens (Francais)
      Jardin de Métis-Reford Gardens (English)
       
Thursday May 11th 7:00 PM Owen Reeves VanDusen Botanical Garden
       
Friday May 12th 8:30 AM Mark Cullen Toronto Botanical Garden
       
Friday May 12th 8:30 PM Owen Reeves The Arboretum @ The University of Guelph


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As part of its 40th anniversary, Canadian gardening will be the featured topic of an upcoming special presentation at Memorial University’s Botanical Garden. Well known gardening expert Owen Reeves will present on Sunday, May 7, at 2 p.m.
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Canadian Gardening to be celebrated at Fundraiser for Food-Growing & Sharing Programs of Ottawa Food Bank & Debra Dynes Family House
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