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Richmond Garden Club

Richmond Garden Club adopted Paulik Neighbourhood Park gardens in 2008 to maintain 30 perennial garden beds located on 1.5 acres. The park encompasses 8 acres in the City centre area of Richmond. The perennial garden beds were developed by Mrs Paulik in the 1930s in the arts and crafts style.
Richmond Garden Club has increased the diversity in the park with pollinator and native plants, habitat piles, 17 bird houses and native trees. The Garden Club continues to educate the community about use of organics, attracting butterflies and other pollinators, involve the community in taking care of the chickadee and wren birdhouses. We have created a video series on on the importance of healthy soil and mulching, dividing and propagating plants, attracting children into the garden, getting rid of invasive plants. 1.We are planning to educate the community about the value of trees using the very diverse forest created by the Paulik family on the property. 2. Teaching our community about protecting our wildlife through education during the migration of many different bird species that show up in the park. 3.Teaching how to attract pollinators into residents gardens and community gardens.

Parks we work in:

  • Paulik Neighbourhood Park

Things we do:

  • citizen science project(s)
  • environmental education
  • environmental restoration
  • gardening
  • invasive species removal
  • native/pollinator gardens
  • stewardship
  • tree inventory

We're looking for volunteers in these areas:

  • Regular volunteers
  • Occasional volunteers

Where you can find us

  • 7620 Heather Street, Richmond, BC, Canada

Get in touch!