Rebel Gardeners sign up Down Below (at the bottom of the page)!
(Rebel Garden Zone ‘sign up form’ below, under the list of plants)
Your mission should you choose to accept it is to choose all the plants from this list down below that you intend to grow.
Help us fill in the entire garden list…all 100 food plants. If we pull it off we make up a new garden list next year, and with YOUR help we GROW the ‘Veggie-versity’ for this area.
Each year sign in, choose, and submit what you intend to grow from the garden plot that year. It’s that simple.
Plant a seed- be a Rebel Gardener!
If you are blessed with a bumper crop, and want to share the bounty with your neighbours please drop off your excess goodness here at our local Food Bank Donation Options in 100 Mile House.
Here’s a list of Local (and hard to find) Sources for Seeds, Seedlings, Berry Bushes, Trees in 100 Mile House.
Last but not least, please show your support visually by planting a Rebel Garden Zone Lawn Sign in your garden so we can get the word of mouth going. This is grass roots after all!
Please pick up a Rebel Garden Zone Lawn Sign, and put them somewhere your friends and neighbors will see them.
We have a few signs left, and they’ll be available at this year’s Seedy Saturday.
Saturday, March 28, 2015
Location: Creekside Seniors Centre, 100 Mile House
$2 suggested donation at the door
Brought to you by the Horse Lake Community Farm Co-operative & the Agri-Culture Enterprise Centre. Fun and activities for the whole family.
- Seed Sales
- Information & Displays
- Local Food Lunch
- Co-op coffee
What is Seedy Saturday? Check out our full post for more information.
For more information, or to book a table,
Call Demian at 250-791-6442
Or Karen at 250-395-3580
Or email: email@example.com
We recommend you place your sign at the end of the driveway, in the garden itself or hanging off a fence, whatever works for you. Remember our Rebel Garden Mascot ‘Irma the Worma’ tells others that you care about Food Security and Local Food Initiatives here at home so be loud and proud and spread that word to others.
100 Plants to choose from, to Plant & Grow for The Rebel Garden Zone Campaign:
We’ve high-lited what’s been submitted so far since our 2013 launch, but we have a ways to go to cover all 100 plants successfully grown!
Let us know what you intend to grow, even if it’s already high-lighted, as we’re also tracking what grows where.
(* requires a greenhouse)
Oat & Barley Grain
Purple Pak Choi
Zucchini Squash *
Zone 2 Korean Pine (pine nuts)
Zone 3 Butternut (walnut species)
Zone 2 Beaked Hazel nut bush
Zone 4 Shagbark Hickory tree
Currents (black and red)
Grapes (Oregon grapes)
Chives (Regular or Garlic)
Sweet Bay (leaf)
(not on the 100 plant list)
Anise (hyssop blossoms)
Bean blossoms *
Crocus (produces Saffron)
Johnny Jump Ups
Nasturtium (seed pods/brine)
Almost there-we’re 74% to our Goal of growing 100 plants in 100 Mile House!
Bonus Plants Submitted by Our Rebel Gardeners for 2013
Although we missed a few plants on our list, we had surprise submissions of plants grown that weren’t on our list of 100.
These plants include:
Red Runner Beans
Scarlet Runner Beans
Sweet Dumpling Squash
Yellow Crookneck Squash
Honey Berries (Hascap)
Nut Tree: Chestnut
Did you grow any plants not on our list that you’d like to share?
Contact Us and let us know, don’t forget to include wether you used a greenhouse!
Draw Prize for Kids Gardening Gift Baskets For Our 2013 Campaign Launch!
We raffled off two Kids Gift Baskets for gardening, one for girls, one for boys for our Rebel Garden Zone Launch in May of 2013.
The Winners were… William MacKenzie and Emma Donnelly!
Thank you for pariicipating with your submissions, and a big thanks to T&T Seeds in Winnepeg, for donating these great gift baskets of Kids Gardening tools and seeds!
Rebel Garden Zone 2015 Sign Up Here!
Note: ALL REQUIRED * FIELDS MUST BE FILLED OUT, by clicking to choose and writing text where asked, or sorry, this just won’t work
Thanks for joining us and being part of our Rebel Garden Zone Campaign 2013!