Native Plant Garden Tour May 4th

May 4th, 2014


From www.HAT.bc.ca |Viewed April 21, 2014

Bring the whole family for a free tour filled with new friends, experiences, and ideas for your own property. You’ll see some of the six public and four private gardens of all sizes and ages. Some gardens are strictly native while others incorporate native species with imported ornamentals. Shady forest gardens, sunny rock outcrops, wetlands, nurseries, ponds, and plants await your visit.

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