Growing Toward 2023

In 2023 I’ll have three main offerings: 

A six-month course to learn and practice the basics of cultivating a care-based relationship with land and plants. Starting in the spring of 2023, we’ll gather every 2 weeks, from April to October, with a vacation break in August, for a total of 11 gatherings. 
I’ll be offering the course at two locations: 
Sweet William Farm at 139 March Road in Kanata - Daytime Option Only 
The Just Food Farm at 2391 Pépin Ct in Blackburn Hamlet – Daytime and Evening
Daytime Option: Thursdays from 10:30 to 1:30 
Evening Option: Thursdays from 6:00pm until dusk 

- Personalized design assistance for your native garden or meadow project 
- 100 native plant seedlings 
- Step-by-step, hands-on garden making over the course of a growing season. 

Spring Plant Sale 
The refinements of process, tools and materials in my micro-nursery project continues and I will once again be holding a native plant seedling sale in the spring. The online store will open in mid May for pickups starting the last week of May. 

I’ll be seeding around 150 species and I expect that 100 to 120 of them will be available as plug-tray sized seedlings for the May sale. 

You can find more about the micro-nursery project on my blog and I’ll be opening the online store or pickup orders (I don’t ship) in early May. Between now and then, you can find updates about fall seeding, native plants and other topics related to caring for land and ecosystems on the A Cultivated Art Facebook page, where I’ll also post updates and baby plant photos as seeds begin to germinate in March or April.