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Get Ready for Seedy Saturday: Canadensis Invites You to Ottawa’s Spring Tradition!

Spring is just around the corner, and with it comes the excitement of Ottawa’s Seedy Saturday event! This year, we are thrilled to announce that Canadensis will be a part of this beloved tradition. Join us on March 2, 2024, at Emmanuel United Church, 691 Smyth Road, Ottawa, for a day filled with all things green and growing.

We are eager to connect with fellow garden and gardening enthusiasts to share more about our plans for Canada’s national botanical garden. Whether you’re curious about native plant conservation, passionate about preserving biodiversity, or simply love spending time outdoors surrounded by nature’s beauty, we invite you to stop by our booth, say hello, and learn more about how you can get involved.

Seedy Saturday isn’t just any event—it’s a celebration of community, sustainability, and the joy of gardening. Hosted by the Alta Vista Community Association Local Food Committee in collaboration with Just Food and Seeds of Diversity, this year’s Seedy Saturday promises to be a memorable experience for all who attend.

So, what can you expect at Seedy Saturday?

Seed Sales and Exchanges: Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or just starting out, Seedy Saturday is the perfect place to stock up on seeds for the upcoming growing season. Browse through a wide variety of seeds, swap with fellow gardeners, and discover new and unique plant varieties to cultivate in your own garden.

Informative Workshops: Learn from experienced gardeners and experts in the field through a series of workshops offered throughout the day. From tips on seed starting and organic gardening to discussions on food security and sustainability, there’s something for everyone to enjoy and learn from. Click here for more information on Workshops.

Local Artisan and Cuisine Offerings: Support local artisans and food producers by exploring the offerings available at Seedy Saturday. From handmade crafts to delicious culinary delights made with locally sourced ingredients, you’ll find plenty to delight your senses and support the local community.

Admission and parking for Seedy Saturday are free, and the venue at Emmanuel United Church is fully accessible to all. Plus, if you’re traveling by public transportation, local bus #55 services the area, making it easy to join in on the fun.

So mark your calendars, gather your gardening gloves, and get ready to join us at Seedy Saturday on March 2, 2024. Together, let’s celebrate the arrival of spring, the spirit of community, and the wonders of gardening. We can’t wait to see you there! Click here for more information on Seedy Saturday.

Stay updated on Seedy Saturday and Canadensis by following us on social media and visiting our website. See you soon! 

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