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Workshops and Seminars 2018

Get Confident. Have Fun. Make Life Beautiful.

Welcome to our 2018 workshops and one of the most exciting line-ups we've ever offered! We are proud to provide one of the largest workshop programs in our region with 39 different workshops and seminars including our FREE Gardening 101 Series designed for beginner and intermediate gardeners plus lots of exciting hands on projects. Join us to fill in your knowledge and create beautiful things.

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Available for online registrations only.

Online Registration: We use online registration so you can book workshops 24 hours a day seven days a week. Registration is through two of the most trusted names on the internet: Constant Contact and Paypal. Both use secure servers so you can feel safe paying online. You do not need a PayPal account to pay. They will simply process your Visa or MC on our behalf. If you wish to register by other methods please call the nursery at 604-270-4133 or visit us in person.
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Our workshops are grouped thematically into series to keep them organized and help you make your selections.

GARDENING 101 SERIES - Our FREE series is designed for beginner and intermediate gardeners with a wide range of topics to develop your gardening knowledge and build your confidence in the garden.
PHOENIX FRESH EDIBLES SERIES - This series focuses on all the amazing things you can grow in and eat from your garden.
CONTAINER SERIES
- We've got the hottest container ideas for you with workshops that will help you achieve cool installations to grace your patio and garden.

Full Workshop Details and Descriptions
Instructor Biographies
Booking Workshops

Full Workshop Details and Descriptions

February

GARDENING 101 SERIES | Hellebore Crash Course | Gary | Sat Feb 25 at the Hellebore Hurrah!, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Come learn everything you need to know about hellebores and why your garden isn't complete without them.
   
CONTAINER SERIES | Hellebore Containers to Die For | Kate | Sat Feb 25 at the Hellebore Hurrah!, 1-3pm | $14 | This fun, hands-on workshop for gardeners of all levels will teach you how to successfully create gorgeous perennial containers for the early spring season centred around the Lenten rose. After some practical and design instruction each participant will plant up and take home their own fabulous container. Instructor: Kate Herring

 

April

GARDENING 101 SERIES | Pruning for Dummies | Patricia | Sat April 7, 10am-11pm | FREE* | We all feel confused when it comes to pruning. No longer! Join Patricia the Priestess of the Pruners for this free pruning primer. She’ll discuss the art and science of pruning and answer your most common pruning questions with discussion and demonstrations on a wide variety of woody species.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Foundations of a Healthy Garden | Linda | Sun April 8, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Success in the garden is easy to achieve when you pay attention to the fundamentals. Kate will discuss taking care of your soil with mulching, fertilizing and composting, general plant maintenance to encourage plant health, earth-friendly techniques for insect, disease and weed control and the concept of right plant, right place.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Best Plants for Spring Colour & Fragrance | Linda | Sun April 15, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Frequently success in the garden comes down to choosing the best-performing plants. This session will focus on the best plants for your spring garden to add colour and fragrance for years to come. For a full year of top plants sign up for the Summer session and our Fall and Winter session.
   

GARDENING 101 SERIES | The Urban Oasis: Strategies to Create Your Gorgeous Balcony or Small Space Garden | Linda | Sun April 15, 2-3pm | FREE* | Do you have a small outdoor space that you want to turn into your sanctuary from the busy urban world? With some strategic planning to maximize the use of your space, some creative design ideas to make your space beautiful and a selection of the best multi-season interest plants including plants for privacy, you can have the get-away of your dreams.

   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Clematis and Vines for All Seasons | Belinda | Sat April 21, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Belinda will introduce you to all kinds of great vines for colour and fragrance all season long. She’ll talk about the huge variety of different clematis and how to care for them as well as other vines like honeysuckle, jasmine, deciduous and evergreen climbing hydrangea, passionflowers, kiwis and more.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Fragrance for Garden & Patio | Belinda | Sat April 21, 2-3pm | FREE* | There are many dimensions to a beautiful garden. The most important is the visual dimension. But after that the thing that can really take a garden to the next level is working with the olfactory dimension. Belinda is our Queen of Fragrance. She will introduce you to all of her favourites for delicious scent all year long for garden and patio.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Master the Basics of Perennials | Jo | Sun April 22, 10-11am | FREE* | If you’re a beginner who is keen to get gardening or an intermediate gardener who wants to fill in your knowledge, this workshop will be a great confidence builder. We’ll cover all the basics to guarantee your success including basic botany, the “right plant, right place” mantra including considerations for soil type and moisture, light and hardiness, and how to select, plant and care for your perennials through the year. We’ll also introduce you to some of the major groups of tried and true perennials and discuss how to use them in the garden. You’ll be well on your way to confidently achieve the gardening success you’ve always dreamed of!
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Master the Basics of Shrubs and Small Trees for Beauty and Privacy | Jo | Sun April 22, 12-1pm | FREE* | Shrubs, small trees and bamboo are integral parts of the garden. If you’re a beginner who is keen to get gardening or an intermediate gardener who wants to fill in your knowledge about these useful plants, this workshop is for you. We’ll cover all the basics to guarantee your success. We will present the best shrubs, small trees and bamboos for city gardens and patios, emphasize multi-season interest, and highlight the best plants for different times of year plus the best strategies for using these woody plants for privacy. We’ll also discuss their selection, planting and ongoing care. With a combination of theory, demonstrations and hands on learning you’ll be well on your way to achieving the gardening success you’ve always dreamed of!
   
CONTAINER SERIES | Succulent Dream Catchers | Kate | Sun April 22, 2-4pm | $65 (Includes everything!) | Celebrate the beautiful Ojibwe tradition of the dream catcher with a modern gardening twist. We'll create our very own dream catchers and decorate them with beautiful succulents to act as a protective charm for your garden. This workshop includes all materials and succulents. Our finished product will be similar to but perhaps not exactly the same as the picture as we may opt for slightly different succulents and materials that best suit our workshop. But you get the idea. And it will be fantastic.
   
CONTAINER SERIES | Perennial Hanging Baskets | Kate | Sat April 28, 10am-12pm | $20 (Includes basket.) | Take perennials into the unknown and plant them in hanging baskets. You’ll learn about perennials that are suitable for growing in hanging baskets in both sun and shade and then you’ll get a chance to plant up your own to take home with you! Perennials in hanging baskets will look fabulous for a season and then should be planted in the garden in the fall as many can outgrow their space. Your hanging basket investment thus continues as an investment in your garden. Cost includes potting mix, moss and a wire basket. Cost does not include the plants you choose for your basket.
   
CONTAINER SERIES | Succulent Hanging Spheres | Kate | Sat April 28, 2-4pm | $35 ($14 + $21 sphere (discounted from $30)) | Succulents are where it's at. We'll be planting up 12 inch wide moss spheres with fabulous succulents. Choose between hardy or non-hardy succulents depending on whether you'd like to hang your sphere outdoors year round or can bring it in for the winter. Workshop cost does not include plants.
   
Beautiful Simplified Gardens: Create a Lower Maintenance Yard | Jo | Sun April 29th, 2-4pm | $14 | Do you want the beauty and serenity of a garden but need to keep the care and maintenance of this space at a manageable level? This workshop will introduce you to strategies for creating a lower maintenance garden and patio through the careful and strategic selection of easy-care perennials, shrubs and groundcovers that deliver multiple seasons of interest. Jo will discuss how to renovate existing areas to simplify their care and create beautiful new spaces that won’t take up all of your valuable leisure time.

 

May

GARDENING 101 SERIES/PHOENIX FRESH EDIBLES SERIES | Grow Your Own Tea | Sam | Sat May 5, 10-11am | FREE* | Did you know you can grow your own tea plants right here in coastal BC? Camellia sinensis, where all tea comes from, is a beautiful, hardy, evergreen shrub that grows well in our gardens. Learn the basics about how to grow your own tea plants in the garden or in containers and how to harvest and cure your tea leaves to make your own tea. Geoff from O5 Rare Tea Bar will be pouring tea.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Grow Hardy Orchids | Terry | Sat May 5, 1-2pm | FREE* | There are some wonderful hardy terrestrial orchids that can be grown in Canadian gardens. Lady's slipper orchids, Calanthe orchids and Bletilla orchids can all contribute incredible beauty. With the development of new, vigorous hybrids, growing hardy ground orchids is easier than ever before. Learn about the various orchid options for your garden and how to grow them into exquisite displays.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Xeriscaping: Water-wise plants and techniques | Jo | Sun May 6, 11am-12pm | FREE* | With climate change, our summers are supposed to get warmer and drier. We've already seen some really hot, dry summers in recent years with water restrictions. What does that mean for your garden? Jo will introduce you to all kinds of perennials and shrubs that will thrive in hot, dry conditions as well as water-saving gardening techniques.
   

CONTAINER SERIES | Succulent Containers & Centrepieces to Die For | Kate | Sun May 6, 1-3pm | $14 | Learn about the wide range of succulents available to you and how to combine them to make smashing plant combinations. Then plant them up into an amazing container to adorn your patio or as a centrepiece for your patio table.

Please bring your own pot if you have one in mind. Otherwise we will have some options on hand. Succulents not included.

   

CONTAINER SERIES | Containers to Die For: Learn the Secrets to Fabulous Pots Then Make Your Own | Kate | Sat May 12, 10am-12pm | $14 | This is a fun hands-on workshop for gardeners of all levels who are interested in learning how to successfully create gorgeous perennial containers. After some practical and design instruction each participant will plant up and take home their own fabulous container. This is a perfect workshop to attend with your Mom on Mothers' Day Weekend!

Please bring your own large pot (minimum 12-14 inches in diametre) with enough space for at least 3 to 5 one gallon perennials. If you do not have a container we will have various options available for you at the workshop. The price of the workshop includes your potting mix but not the plants you use.

 

   
CONTAINER SERIES | Succulent Hearts and Stars | Linda | Sat May 12, 2-3pm | $50 ($14 instruction + $36 heart or star planter (discounted from $50) = $50) | The hottest gardens these days are vertical and what could be cooler than a living wall planter in the shape of a heart or a star? Keep it for yourself or give it to your Mom for Mothers' Day. Our hearts and stars are hand-made from reclaimed fence boards providing a rustic frame in which you can plant a masterpiece of succulents including hen and chicks, stonecrops and Echeveria. Workshop includes all materials but not the plants you decide to use.
   

GARDENING 101 SERIES/PHOENIX FRESH EDIBLES SERIES | Small Space Edible Gardening | Kate | Sun May 13, 10-11am | FREE* | Half of homegrown edibles in North America are grown in pots. That's a lot of food coming out of small spaces. Whether you have a small plot of land or just a patio or balcony, you can grow your own food. There are so many options. Kate will introduce you to all kinds of cool edibles that are perfect for small spaces.

 

   
GARDENING 101 SERIES/PHOENIX FRESH EDIBLES SERIES | Success with Tomatoes | Gary | Sun May 13, 11:30am-12:30pm | FREE* | Tomatoes are the most beloved of all garden edibles because no tomato tastes better than one grown in your own garden. Come have all your tomato questions answered such as modern vs. heirlooms, grafted vs ungrafted, the best cultivars for our climate, and how to successfully grow tons of delicious tomatoes in pots and the garden.
   

CONTAINER SERIES | Succulent Purses and Pumps | Kate | Sun May 13, 2-3pm | $26 ($14 instruction + $12 for a purse or pump (discounted from $22)) | The hottest gardens these days use succulents in creative ways. When it comes to these versatile plants including hen and chicks, stonecrops and Echeveria you're limited only by your own imagination. Whether you a purse or a pump you'll leave this workshop even cooler than you already were. This is a great workshop to do with your Mom on Mothers' Day. Workshop does not include the plants you choose to include in your container.


 
CONTAINER SERIES | Succulent Wreaths | Gary | Sat May 19, 10am-12pm | $30 ($14 instruction plus $16 wreath (discounted from $22)) | And you thought wreaths were only for Christmas time! We'll introduce you to an intriguing idea in succulent gardening – planting up a wreath with sempervivums, echeverias, sedums, thyme and other interesting succulents and companion plants. You can hang them on your sunny door or gate or lay them on a table as a centrepiece. No matter how you use them you’ll be sure to wow everyone with this unique garden feature. After some general instruction, each participant will have the opportunity to design and plant up their own wreath! The plants you use are not included in the price of the workshop.
   
CONTAINER SERIES | Succulent Installations: Chicks and Chicken Wire | Kate | Sun May 20, 10am-12pm | $20 | Are you ready to get really creative with succulents? This workshop will have you creating your own "container" or "planting pillow" out of chicken wire. It could be a hanging cone or a free form shape to place on your stairs or along a wall or on a tree or any shape you can imagine. Then you'll get to plant your "planter" up with your choice of cool succulents. Before you come, think about where you'd like to install your succulent installation and, if you can, take a picture of and measure the spot and bring those details with you.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Save the Pollinators!: Support Bees, Butterflies, & Hummingbirds | Jo | Sun May 20, 1-2pm | FREE* | In this workshop you'll learn about how to attract butterflies, honeybees, native bees, hummingbirds, and beneficial insects into your garden and how to support them once they're there with food plants and habitat to keep them well fed and sheltered.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES/PHOENIX FRESH EDIBLES SERIES | Citrus & Other Subtropical Fruit for Coastal Gardens & Patios | Larry | Sat May 26, 10-11am | FREE* | Did you know that you can grow citrus outside in Vancouver AND harvest fruit to eat??? Join our resident expert on everything subtropical, unusual and edible for local gardens. From hardy olives to hardy citrus, goji berries to honey berries to Asian peppers, kiwis to pomegranates plus figs, bananas, kumquats and much more, Larry will fill you in on the exciting world of rare and unusual shrubs that will inspire you and your taste buds and impress cocktail party guests.
   
CONTAINER SERIES | Kokedama: Japanese String Gardens | Kate | Sun May 27, 11am-1pm | $20 (Includes all materials but not plants.) | Kokedama is the Japanese art of bundling the roots of a plant into an ornamental mossy ball, wrapping it with string, and hanging it up for decoration in the house, patio or garden. These intriguing botanical spheres can transform an area with beauty and whimsy. Kate will discuss perennials and shrubs that are suitable for Japanese string gardens as well as how to care for them. Then you'll select your own plants and make up your own! This workshop is also great value as we've seen Kokedama for sale in florist shops in Vancouver for $70-$80 for exactly what you'll make in this workshop! The plants you choose to use are not included. All other materials are included in the price of the workshop.

 

June

GARDENING 101 SERIES | Best Plants for Summer Colour | Linda | Sun June 3, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Do you want to know what the best performing perennials are for spring and summer? Kate will introduce you to a selection of top plant performers for West Coast gardens that provide great seasonal interest. She will also provide seasonal maintenance tips. This course could be the most important step you take to transform your garden from ordinary to extraordinary! For a full year of top plants sign up for the Spring session and our Fall and Winter session of Best Plants.

 

Fall and Winter Workshops

September

GARDENING 101 SERIES | Best Plants for Fall & Winter | Linda | Sun Sept 9, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Do you want to know what the best performing perennials are for fall and winter? Kate will introduce you to a selection of top plant performers for West Coast gardens that provide great seasonal interest. She will also provide seasonal maintenance tips. This course could be the most important step you take to transform your garden from ordinary to extraordinary! For a full year of top plants sign up for our the Spring and Summer Best Plants sessions.

   
CONTAINER SERIES | Terrariums to Bring the Outdoors In | Kate | Sun Sept 16, 11am-1pm | $20 | It's time to bring back terrariums! These miniature gardens inside glass vessels are perfect decorations for inside the house year round. We'll have a variety of succulents, ferns, air plants, venus fly traps, and sundews for you to combine with coloured mosses, stones, and glass pebbles. The rest is up to you! Kate will instruct you on the ins and outs of designing and caring for the miniature gardens inside your terrariums. Then you'll get to do up your own! This workshop includes your soil, stones, and decorative glass but does not include the container or the plants you choose. We'll have lots of containers and plants on hand to choose from.
   
GARDENING 101 SERIES | Best Plants for Fall Colour | Jo | Sun Sept 23, 11am-12pm | FREE* | Do you have a colourful fall garden? Or does it just turn to grey and yellow mush once the rains start? There are numerous perennials, shrubs and small trees that provide great fall foliage and flower colour. Include just a few of these plants in strategic locations in the garden and you could have a fall garden to remember and look forward to!
   

GARDENING 101 SERIES | Jewels of the Spring Garden: Discover the World of Bulbs | Jo | Sun Sept 30, 11am-12pm | FREE* | By fall you might be ready for a rest from the garden but do yourself one little favour before winter comes: plant some bulbs. You’ll be glad you did come spring. In this workshop you’ll meet a diverse range of spring-blooming bulbs for the garden and containers including many uncommon but exciting possibilities. You will also receive instruction on designing with bulbs and planting them in layers for knock out displays in containers or small spaces.

   

CONTAINER SERIES | Winter Containers to Die For: Learn the Secrets of Fabulous Pots Then Make Your Own | Kate | Sun Sept 30, 10am-12pm | $14 | This is a fun hands-on workshop for gardeners of all levels who are interested in learning how to successfully create gorgeous perennial containers that will provide months of winter interest and an antidote against the dark, cold days of the year. You'll get to plant up and take home your own fabulous container.

Please bring your own large pot (minimum 12-14 inches in diametre) with enough space for at least 3 to 5 one gallon perennials. We will have a range of options available if you don't have your own pot. The price of the workshop includes your potting mix but not the plants you use.

 

December

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Advanced Wreath Making Workshop | Kate | Fri Nov 30, 1-3pm | $75 (Includes hellebore.) | This class for advanced wreath-makers or ambitious beginners takes what we normally do in the our original wreath making workshop and builds on it with more creativity including nesting a potted hellebore within your wreath that looks like an adorable bird's nest with white birds (hellebore flowers) peaking out.

Registration includes all materials such as wreath frame and greenery plus a hellebore. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.

   

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Wreath Making Workshop | Kate | Sat Dec 1, 10am-12pm | $60 | Decorate your home for the holiday season with your very own Christmas Rose wreath! Kate will teach you how to design and build a festive, florist-quality wreath with unique greenery and dried pods and cones. She will then teach you to incorporate Christmas roses into your wreath keeping it colourful & dynamic!

Our popular wreath-making workshop is a great chance to spend quality time with friends and family while accomplishing a great project to lift your spirits through the short days of winter.

Registration includes all materials such as wreath frame and greenery. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.

   

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Succulent Christmas Centerpieces | Kate | Sat Dec 1, 1-3pm | $60 (Includes everything.) | In this workshop we'll bring together succulents and seasonal greenery to create a modern take on the Christmas centrepiece. You can choose to make a centrepiece for an outdoor table with hardy succulents or one for indoors with non-hardy succulents.

Registration includes all materials and greenery plus succulents. You may also bring greenery or twigs from your own garden to use in your wreath.

   

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Picture Frame Wreaths | Kate | Sun Dec 2, 10am-12pm | $60 (Includes everything.) | Christmas time is about memories. Picture frames are about holding and celebrating memories. We'll combine this idea of the picture frame with the techniques of wreath making to make a beautiful and unique Christmas decoration for your garden or home for the holiday season. Last year's participants made some really impressive creations!

   

THE CHRISTMAS HURRAH! | Christmas Rose Outdoor Containers to Die For | Kate | Sun Dec 2, 1-3pm | $20 | Impress your Christmas guests as soon as they arrive at your front door or enliven your patio with a fantastic outdoor winter container centred with a glistening Christmas rose, Helleborus niger, and other great perennials and shrubs that offer winter interest. Kate will lead you in the design, planting and final decoration of your planter with winter twigs and greens.

 

 

Online Registration: We use online registration so you can book workshops 24 hours a day seven days a week. Registration is through two of the most trusted names on the internet: Constant Contact and Paypal. Both use secure servers so you can feel safe paying online. You do not need a PayPal account to pay. They will simply process your Visa or MC on our behalf. If you wish to register by other methods please call the nursery at 604-270-4133 or visit us in person.
REGISTER NOW

 

Instructor Biographies

Belinda Cardoso is an experienced and eclectic gardener who grows plants from the “normal to the sublime.” She has an encyclopedic gardening knowledge and has worked at Phoenix Perennials for many years where she has proven herself to be an expert on fragrant plants and vines among many other things. In her workshops she is greatly appreciated for her quiet nature and vast knowledge. When she's working in retail she has a knack for finding the exact plants you can't live without. Beware! She's dangerous!

Terry Enno is a recent transplant from Manitoba and a passionate gardener famed for growing and blooming Helleborus x hybridus in Winnipeg a few zones colder than where the Lenten rose is supposed to grow. She is the Production Manager at Phoenix Perennials where she oversees the growing of a few thousand different plants a year! She is also an avid orchid collector growing both tropical and hardy species and cultivars.

Patricia Foreman loves Japanese maples, dwarf conifers and other unique shrubs which has lead to a passion for the art of pruning (or maybe a passion for pruning led her to these plants!). She is the Retail Manager at Phoenix Perennials.

Kate Herring is a multi-talented woman with a love for perennials and design. Kate holds a Certificate in Garden Design from UBC and is a Master Gardener. In addition to her roles in retail sales and workshop instruction at Phoenix, Kate is also one of our in-house designers for our In-Nursery Design Service. Kate is an incredibly crafty person -- she can make anything!

Larry Hudson has a love of subtropicals especially if they produce something you can eat. He is an expert on all manner of cool and interesting edibles especially citrus. Larry is the Facilities and Shipping Manager at Phoenix Perennials.

Gary Lewis is the owner of Phoenix Perennials and a passionate plantsman. He has developed the nursery into one of the most exciting and respected horticultural destinations in Canada and a mecca for avid gardeners and lovers of cool plants.

Linda M. is an award-winning graduate of the UBC Certificate in Garden Design and a Master Gardener. She has worked at garden centres in Canada and the UK. She currently divides her time between Phoenix Perennials, including our In-Nursery Design Service, and her own work as a garden designer.

Samantha MacDonald is the Mail Order manager at Phoenix Perennials. She has a keen interest in a wide range of plants and is a diligent and engaged researcher. In particular she loves citrus and unique edibles and harbours an abiding passion for tea including its cultivation, preparation, and consumption.

Jo Turner (Dip. Landscape Hort., Capilano College) is a Vancouver horticulturalist/gardener who has been associated with Phoenix on a part-time basis for several years. She also does design, consulting and maintenance in private gardens independently. Over the past few years Jo has offered workshops for adults and children at Phoenix on a variety of horticultural topics. Currently serving on the board of the Alpine Garden Club, she continues to be fascinated with garden design and history, garden writing and of course, plants and those who love them.

 

Booking Workshops

Spaces are limited. Please book in advance. Workshops cannot run without a minimum of 5 people so please book early and bring your friends.

Online Registration: We use online registration so you can book workshops 24 hours a day seven days a week. Registration is through two of the most trusted names on the internet: Constant Contact and Paypal. Both use secure servers so you can feel safe paying online. You do not need a PayPal account to pay. They will simply process your Visa or MC on our behalf. If you wish to register by other methods please call the nursery at 604-270-4133 or visit us in person.

The free Gardening 101 workshops require an $8 registration fee that is returned as an $8 credit to be used at the nursery the day of your workshop.

Each workshop requires a minimum of 5 people and a maximum of 15-25 depending on the workshop. If the minimum is not met we may not be able to run the workshop in which case we will contact you a few days before the scheduled date of the workshop and give you a credit towards another class, a credit at the nursery, or a refund. To ensure your favourite workshops go ahead please tell all your friends and bring them along. You'll have more fun that way too. Workshops are a great way to spend time with family and friends.

If you are unable to attend a workshop you have already signed up for please give us 3 days notice. We would be happy to give you a credit towards another class or a credit at the nursery. We cannot offer credits, however, unless you let us know 3 days in advance of your workshop that you cannot attend.

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