With the release of the 2021 The Prairie Garden, they are debuting the new 2022 edition focused on the theme of Gardening in Small Spaces.
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We are excited to inform you that Gardening in the Heart, a six-part series produced by the Manitoba Master Gardener Association for Bell MTS Fibe TV1 is now widely released.
After the cancellation of our popular MMGA Garden Tour last April the idea of a virtual garden tour took on form very quickly when Elise Swerhone, a professional filmmaker and Master Gardener in Training, agreed to embark on the project with the MMGA and was able to secure support from Bell/MTS for the series.
Throughout the summer the six ten-minute episodes were shot and edited by Ivan Hughes, directed by Elise Swerhone and scored by Justin Delorme.
So here it is - we invite you to take a step back into summer, to enjoy and be inspired by six different gardeners and their gardens.
Read more about the series in Colleen Zacharias's Winnipeg Free Press column here.
Watch the series on Bell MTS Fibe TV1, channel 1 or 1001, in Lifestyle or on the MMGA website.
A big Thank You to Elise and the entire film team who made this project happen and to the gardeners who donated their time and gardens.
Last year they sold out early on a lot of plants so if you are planning on ordering please do so as soon as possible so as not to miss out on your favourites.
Please ensure to select St. James Horticultural Society when completing your order. Thank You!
After a year of work and consultation, the Canadian Garden Council invites you to celebrate the centennial of the birth of Canada’s horticultural industry as part of the Year of the Garden 2022.
As a member of the Canada’s Garden Family, (a person, an organization or business of the ornamental horticulture industry, or the garden experience sector or the garden affiliates sector), you are invited to take part in the Year of the Garden 2022, a national program designed to engage all Canadians in a year-long celebration of our country’s vibrant garden culture and heritage.
SOCIETY provides occasions for interested individuals to compare notes and share information through its programs. We look forward to seeing you at our monthly meetings.
We endeavour to make our meetings interesting and would appreciate suggestions for future meetings.
If you are interested in horticulture and would like to be part of our program please contact the Program Chairperson.
General meetings of the ST. JAMES HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY are held the 3rd Tuesday in the months of October, November, January, February, March and April at 7:30 p.m. on the second floor of
the STEVENSON-BRITTANIA SCHOOL, located at 1777 Silver Avenue. Elevator service is available. Parking is available on the front street and back lot.
The FLOWER ARRANGING GROUP meet at 7:30 pm the first Wednesday in the months of September, October, November and December, February, March, April, May and June in the main floor lunch room of the of the STEVENSON-BRITTANIA SCHOOL located at 1777 Silver Avenue. Parking is available on the front street and back lot.
The St. James Horticultural Society, the second oldest horticultural society in Manitoba, was organized in November, 1914 by 13 St. James Gardeners. This was the year of the outbreak of the First World War when the call went out that all should supply their own individual needs with Victory Gardens and many plots were put under cultivation during the war years.
The Society has held a show in every year since its inception, a record that its members are notably proud of. During the bad years of the depression of the 1930's, the Society's funds were so low that paid-up memberships for the year were given in place of prize money at its shows.
In November 1929, the Society applied to the Manitoba Government for a Certificate of Organization under the Manitoba Horticultural Societies Act, and received Certificate No. 8, dated December 1, 1929.
Around 1938, the St. James municipal council allowed the Society the use of a tract of land in the north part of the city which was divided into parcels of 30 feet by 60 feet for annual competition by members. This tract has been under cultivation right up to the present time.