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Monday, February 4, 2013

“Come Bloom With Us” presented by the Drumbo Agricultural Society

Something for Every Gardener

Woodstock, ON – Those with green thumbs will not want to miss the Drumbo Agricultural Society’s “Come Bloom With Us” on Sunday February 10, 2013, starting at 9:30am to 3:00pm at the Drumbo Hall, Drumbo, ON.

“We are so lucky to have a great line up of speakers for our first gardening day “Come Bloom With Us” sponsored by the Drumbo Agricultural Society” Eileen Hartig.

“This will bring us all a little closer to that much anticipated season – SPRING. Daffodils & Hyacinths – I can almost smell them!”

This is a full day of everything to do with gardening with Vendors, Door Prizes, a Silent Auction, guest speakers and a hot lunch by Village Caterer from New Dundee. Tickets are available by calling Eileen 519-463-5282 or Cathy 519-537-2639. Visit www.drumbofair.com for all of the details.

The presentations are by:
Charlie Dobbin, Canada Blooms Horticultural Director & host of AM 740’s Garden Show. Charlie is an internationally known horticulturist and landscape designer, her professional gardening seminars and demonstrations, articles for newspapers & magazines. She will be talking about – Behind the Scenes at Canada Blooms.

Darren Heimbecker, owner of the Whistling Gardens, Wilsonville. A lovely garden of nearly eighteen acres turned into six major gardens & collections, connected with nearly 4 km walking paths. Darren will be talking about the development of Whistling Gardens Botanic Garden and will tell you the new plants that are available. He is bringing some rare plants for the silent auction.

Karolyn Fournier gives tips and advice on the Colour Paradise Greenhouses web site such as…Luna Hibiscus – Perennial with Tropical Flair, Out in the May garden, Fun Flowers to Know & Grow for example.

Christine Gilhuly, is a member of the Kitchener Master Gardeners and part of the Master Gardeners of Ontario. She facilitates many workshops & seminars at Lee Valley Tools. She will be talking about gardening tools and will be there to answer questions.

Directions: From the 401 take Drumbo Exit #250 – follow County Rd 29 east (approximately 4 km) to the village of Drumbo – turn right onto Centre St. The Hall is on the left in the second block.

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For more information, please contact:
Drumbo Agricultural Society
42 Centre St., Drumbo, ON
Eileen – 519-463-5282
Cathy – 519-537-2639

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