Let there be peas on Earth

Gardening General

2-hour online class. Sweet peas have never, ever stopped being popular! From the time they were first introduced to gardeners, we have been putting ornamental peas on our trellises, in our borders, and in vases on our table. In this class, we will look at both perennial and annual peas, how to grow them and where to best place them in the garden.

This class is $20 plus gst. Class times are in Saskatchewan time - CST, no daylight savings.

Registration closes one hour before the class starts. Register here. We will send your log-in instructions one hour before the class. All students will be able to view a recorded version of this class for one week after the class.

About your Instructor

Having recently turned 40, Lyndon Penner now feels that he is finally the age he has really been since he was 18. A garden designer, public speaker, environmentalist, author, and birdwatcher Lyndon has been working in the horticultural industry since he was a teenager. He has done botanical interpretive work in the Canadian Rockies, co-ordinated educational programming for the Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden in Lethbridge, and was also a long time columnist for CBC Radio. He makes his home in Manitoba now, where he is the head gardener for Riding Mountain National Park. 


This Zoom class is offered in an online, live-stream format that you can access from your computer, phone or tablet. Your distance class will include your instructor and their presentation live on-screen and the ability for you to ask questions through the course chat. You will receive access to a recording of this class that you can view for 1 week after the class.

We will send you instructions one hour before the class along with a contact help you in case there are any issues connecting.

Event Details

07:00 PM - 09:00 PM CST
Online: Zoom platform


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