Of Canada Blooms and Honey Labels

Of Canada Blooms and Honey Labels. Harrowsmith Radio's fifteenth episode talks flowers, honey, and bees.

The Rundown

In this episode we combine two natural, literally natural partners, blooms and bees. First up I chat with Terry Caddo, the executive director of Canada Blooms, a venerable gardening show that will soon be celebrating 25 years of gardening glory. Next up, we decode honey jar labels.

For almost a quarter century the Canada Blooms show in Toronto has brought gardens, gardening wisdom and gardening supplies and suppliers under one roof for a giant garden celebration. The next one, the 24th, is just a few weeks away as I record this. I talked with the show’s executive director, Terry Caddo about the changing demographic the show attracts and why its a literally, perennial favourite.

Buying something as natural as honey should be an easy consumer choice. But, these days, honey labelling makes that choice more complex. Does “Canada’s Favourite”, mean it’s Canadian honey? Does “Canada #1”? And what does “Graded in Canada” mean? To help sort it out I spoke with Guy Chartier of Bee Maid Honey.  

End Notes
Want more Harrowsmith? No problem. Visit our website. And, you can read Vanessa’s story on ticks in the Spring issue of Harrowsmith Magazine. It’s on selected newsstands across Canada or you can order subscriptions online at harrowsmithmag.com.

By the way, the music in the podcast? It’s by good ol’ Canadian singer, composer and friend of the ‘cast,  David Archibald. You can find more of his music at his website, davidarchibald.com.

Teresa Martin
Teresa Martin
Posted on Thursday, April 2nd, 2020
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Of Blooms and Bees

Of Blooms and Bees

The Rundown In this episode we combine two natural, literally natural partners, blooms and bees. First up I chat with Terry Caddo, the executive director of Canada Blooms, a venerable gardening show that will soon be celebrating 25 years of gardening glory. Next up,...

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