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Pacific Horticulture College

The Pacific Horticulture College has been training professional gardeners since 1987. The College holds a designation certificate under the Private Training Act (B.C. Private Training Institutions Branch) and recognized by SkilledTradesBC as a designated training provider.

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YP Half Day Garden Arts Camps 2024 - July 22 to 26

July 24 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm$125.00 - Horticulture Centre Of The Pacific

The program runs 9 to noon daily. Our time is spent gathering and using natural materials to create garden art as well as a variety of other mediums for 4 […]

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YP Half Day Garden Arts Camps 2024 - July 22 to 26

July 25 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm$125.00 - Horticulture Centre Of The Pacific

The program runs 9 to noon daily. Our time is spent gathering and using natural materials to create garden art as well as a variety of other mediums for 4 […]

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HCP Kids - Summer Time Fairy Gardens

July 25 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm$35.00 - Horticulture Centre Of The Pacific

It’s summertime and even the fairies need a place to relax on hot days. Looking to our many demonstration gardens for inspiration, we will create a wee oasis for magic […]

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YP Half Day Garden Arts Camps 2024 - July 22 to 26

July 26 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm$125.00 - Horticulture Centre Of The Pacific

The program runs 9 to noon daily. Our time is spent gathering and using natural materials to create garden art as well as a variety of other mediums for 4 […]

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News from the Garden

2024 Student Landscape Design Project - Accepting Applications

Each year, PHC students work with members of The Horticulture Centre of the Pacific and the public who are willing to offer their properties…

The Benefits of Using Wool Pellets in your Garden

by Linda Petite  I have read many articles in the past outlining the benefits of waste wool in the garden. One of the many advantages…

My Plant of the Month - Licorice Fern by Kathryn Alvarez

Each month we invite one of our HCP volunteers to introduce us to a favourite plant. This month Kathryn Alvarez, a volunteer in the…

Special Topics in Horticulture: Water Stewardship

Water Stewardship Student Blog Post by David Ryves and Alexandra Van Draanen   Water, where to start and what to consider? As…