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Late Season Native Prairie Plant Gardening


Set your garden up for success in the spring by making preparations in the Fall. Learn best practives to put your garden to sleep for the Winter. Presented by Gail Fennell of Nature Regina.

Additional Information

This program is conducted through Zoom.  Register to receive a reminder, the evaluation and any other resources.  Click the link to join. 

Gail Fennell:  Gail's fascination with native plant species began 15 years ago when volunteering with the Edmonton Native Plant Society. With ENPS’ positive mentoring, Gail organized a community-supported project that successfully introduced native forbs and grasses to a stormwater catchment area in her neighbourhood. Since moving to Regina in 2017, Gail organized a five-year volunteer project rejuvenating the Nature Regina garden at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum to become a showcase for native plant species that grow best in Regina, highlighting the diversity of beneficial insects and wildlife that depend on these plants in a city. Gail's current plans use native plants, fruit-bearing trees and shrubs to create a pollinator corridor and food foraging forest that will also support migratory birds to safely pass through Regina.

13 spots available
Registration Closed


Sep 17 2021, 7:00pm


Online, Zoom 3

Event Type

Learn and Personal Interest


Gardening and Nature
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