Promoting Birds, Butterflies & Bees in the Garden

  • 08 May 2016
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Canadian Mennonite University, North Campus, Room C167
  • 35


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Back by popular demand.  This is a repeat presentation from Gardening Saturday. The workshop was sold out very quickly and many people did not get the opportunity to participate.

Identify flower characteristics that have evolved to attract birds (ornithophily), butterflies (psychophily) and bees (melittophily) for pollination and discuss plants in each category that are suitable for Manitoba garden conditions. Dr. Pip will also share management strategies that will promote the health and well-being of declining pollinator populations.

Dr. Eva Pip (University of Winnipeg)

Eva is an expert in water quality and toxicology, and has also taught courses in plant physiology and ecology for the past 40 years. She is an obsessive rural gardener with special interests in aquatic and organic gardening.

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