Native Plant Teaching Garden

Native Plant Teaching Garden

Through our programs, EYA youth are creating a new native plant teaching garden in Strathcona Community Garden, an inner city garden space. The garden showcases perennial native plants native to coastal British Columbia organized in four guilds: shade, edgelands, food forest, and pollinator. It will include educational signage and a bee hotel, and will be used as a teaching and learning space to increase public awareness of how native plant gardening can support native species in the city, including birds, insects, pollinators, and other wildlife. 


  • Categories: Birds, Native Plants, Pollinators, Rewilding, Wildlife, Youth-Led Projects

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