Dundurn’s Historic Kitchen Garden is hosting a free one-day, plant-sharing event. This event encourages communal growing, harvesting, and enjoyment of plants. Our hope is that these plants and what they produce will be shared with a larger community, and not hidden away in a back yard.
Under the guidance of Garden Demonstrators visitors will have the opportunity to dig up and pot ‘Victoria’ Rhubarb. Named after Queen Victoria this red-stemmed variety is dates back to 1837. Quantities are limited and participants are required to bring a 6-inch plastic pot or sturdy plastic bag for transplanting.
Throughout the afternoon, starting at 12:30 pm, visitors are welcome to participate in free tours of the Kitchen Garden. This tour offers a glimpse into the life of Sir Allan MacNab and his family and the many varieties of fruits, vegetables, flowers and herbs which were grown in his time.
Cost: Adults: $12, Seniors/Youth: $10, Children: $6.50, Infants: Free, Family: $32
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