Britannia Carving Pavilion First Nations Garden Taking Shape

After much excavation work gigging out old gravel and till, then bringing in loads of new soil and leaf mulch, we finally dug in our first plants in the Britannia Carving Pavilion First Nations Garden, still to be properly named. All the plants are indigenous food and medicinal plants used traditionally be First Nations peoples. Some of these plants include Saskatoon Berry, Salal, Dogwood, Lingonberry, Huckleberry, Trailing Blackberry, Woodland Sorrel, Oregon Grape, Vanilla Leaf, Wild Ginger, Mock Orange, Wild Strawberry, and Snowberry.

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