Monday, March 20, 2017

Postcards from Edmonton Seedy Sunday

The lovely folks from The Garlic Garden, based in Yorkton, Saskatchewan.

The Garlic Gardens' crop cover cocktail for the health of bees, birds, butterflies, and the soil.

I sat next to the honeybee people trying to woo folks over to Team Bumblebee!!!!

The Edmonton Native Plant Group had an awesome display.

Good Note Community Farm had natural weaving activities for the kids. No goat kids though. No goat yoga. Next time.

I love the aesthetics of the vounteers' name tags.

The gentleman from Sherwood's Forests Tree Farm teaches me about hardy fruit trees. Apparently chokecherry cultivars are better than natives in the city because they don't carry the diseases that the native ones can spread.

Thanks again to everyone for the great conversations, the book sales, your enthusiasm, and those green onion cakes!!!!!!

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