Hanbidge on Horticulture

Patricia Hanbidge

Patricia Hanbidge, Hanbidge on Horticulture

Patricia Hanbidge is the owner and principal of the Saskatoon School of Horticulture that was launched in 2005. As principal of SSH, Hanbidge inspires students by her belief in the industry and her dedication to a superior educational environment for the students and colleagues with whom she participates.
Being immersed in the horticulture industry for over 30 years has established Hanbidge as a well-known and respected horticulturist , speaker and consultant. She is the author of nine published books and has hosted a newspaper column for more than 30 years.
To bring a little bit more excitement to the world of horticulture and learning, Patricia organizes and hosts conferences and events from small, intimate gatherings to international conferences. If you are looking for a special occasion in another location, she also is a seasoned guide with the ability to show you a once in a lifetime experience on one of her many hosted holidays. Her most recent hosted holidays featured tours of the most exquisite gardens of England and Italy. It matters little whether Patricia joins you within our own continent or overseas - an enjoyable and exciting experience is guaranteed.

  • The sex life of the Christmas Tree

    Just when you thought you had the whole reproduction thing worked out, you have the opportunity to learn about “ancient tree sex” in Christmas trees no less! How is that for a different spin on the. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeDecember 20, 2018

  • Horticulture Therapy - Part II

    The column last week was focused on introducing you to the wonders of horticulture therapy. If you missed that column then it is important for you to know that horticulture therapy is the formal . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeDecember 16, 2018

  • Horticultural Therapy - Part I

    Horticulture therapy is a formal practice that promotes a natural sense of wellness. The focus is on goal centered activities with defined outcomes that encourages participants to engage in the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeDecember 6, 2018

  • Orchid Cactus

    At this time of year, we enjoy anything that blooms. When it is cold outside we all need to add some colour to our daily lives. It is a good philosophy to grow houseplants that are easy keepers, . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeDecember 3, 2018

  • Manitoba maple a great climbing tree

    Maple trees belong to the genus Acer and there are more than 100 species of maples around the world.. The Striped maple (Acer pensylvanicum) is an understory tree that is distinct because of its . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 14, 2018

  • One hundred species of maple

    The trees are the most amazing part of every landscape!. When we have the good fortune to travel to other places, it is the trees which are most noticeable and which often bring the largest smiles.. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 7, 2018

  • Horticulture and Halloween

    Halloween and horticulture are forever linked. For gardeners, this time of year usually means the last opportunity to water in our favourite trees and shrubs before winter sets in. It also means . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 2, 2018

  • African violets, easy to grow and propogate

    Most gardeners are hopelessly addicted to seeing if “it will grow.” It’s even better if there is variety in what you are attempting to grow. The "perfect houseplant" is available in many . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 24, 2018

  • Growing herbs indoors

    It is amazing that already I have sowed the seeds of sanity in my home! Yes, even though winter is not officially here, some time over the weekend was spent happily seeding the chosen herbs for my . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 17, 2018

  • Thanksgiving: much to be thankful for

    For many of us, Thanksgiving involves getting together with folks we enjoy and eating a lot of food. In Canada it is timely as we have usually just finished or are in the process of finishing the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 11, 2018

  • Growing sprouts

    As fall moves into winter, gardeners are itching to keep that itch going in spite of the weather. Usually the solution to scratching that itch is growing something that is useful and usually edible. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 6, 2018

  • Exploring the boreal forest

    The boreal forest is a beautiful piece of our country and is central to our natural environment, history, culture and economy. Canada respects the boreal forest in many ways: by setting aside . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 3, 2018

  • Frost in autumn

    There is fall in the air on the prairies. Even though the daytime temperatures are often still warm, at night our temperatures are dipping low enough to stop growth in hot crops like tomatoes and . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 21, 2018

  • Spring flowering bulbs

    Last week the column was all about lifting and storing summer flowering bulbs. This week the job of planting spring flowering bulbs who are also very hardy in our climatic zones will be featured. . . .

    August 31, 2018

  • Storing tender summer bulbs

    August in the garden is truly spectacular. If you are a lover of tender or summer flowering bulbs then you can join me in the bittersweet joy of August. Along with all the other showy annuals we . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeAugust 27, 2018

  • Harvesting the garden in August

    This has been an interesting summer from the garden perspective. Winter weather ensured our apple harvest was non-existent. We did not have a single blossom this spring, which in turn means no . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeAugust 14, 2018

  • Pitcher plant is mysterious

    If you are a regular reader of this column then you know that the School of Horticulture was involved in the landscaping of the brand new mini golf course in Waskesiu in Prince Albert National Park. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 31, 2018

  • Exotic toxic plants

    Travelling to different places in the world is not only exciting but educational. As a horticulturist, I am fascinated by the trees, shrubs, perennials and insects that can be enjoyed when away . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 17, 2018

  • Controlling algae in ponds

    Water in a landscape makes the ordinary extraordinary! Somehow water finishes off the lovely ambiance we have in our outdoor living spaces. However, this time of year the crystal clear ponds are . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 11, 2018

  • Made in Canada

    Once again we are wishing Canada a very happy birthday on July 1. We especially wish to reinforce how great it is to be living in Canada by growing special plants that help us further appreciate . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 1, 2018

  • Waskesiu mini golf has a boreal forest theme

    In the heart of the one of our most beautiful areas of Saskatchewan in the Prince Albert National Park is Waskesiu Lake. In the Cree language, Waskesiu means “red deer” or elk. On the eastern shore. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 22, 2018

  • Beneficial bugs, a boon in the garden

    Now summer is almost officially upon us, and most days there is more warmth in the air, there is also evidence of many bug-like critters enjoying the sun. The world of insects is fascinating, as,. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 19, 2018

  • Garden Days are almost here

    Garden Days are fast approaching. It is the annual celebration of Canada’s garden culture, which, as of this year, also includes Saskatchewan. As the provincial spokesperson, it has been a busy . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 12, 2018

  • Garden Days are almost here

    Garden Days are fast approaching. It is the annual celebration of Canada’s garden culture, which, as of this year, also includes Saskatchewan. As the provincial spokesperson, it has been a busy . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 12, 2018

  • Growing your own organic food

    There are more and more people who are wishing to grow their own food and make our world a more sustainable place to live. The wish to produce our own food without pesticides has increased the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 11, 2018

  • It is truly spring when the prairie crocus blooms

    It is truly spring when we can go on a crocus hunt! If you have not yet gone to see our native prairie crocus (Anemone patens) then you need to begin this age-old spring ritual. You will need to . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 15, 2018

  • Using native plants in the landscape

    Native species have the advantage of thousands of years of adaptation to local prairie conditions. By natural selection these plants have evolved a variety of mechanisms to cope with literally . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 11, 2018

  • Garden Days 2018 an opportunity to grow

    Mark your calendars now for June 16 to 24 and help celebrate Garden Days in your community. You may now be asking, "What is Garden Days?" It is an annual celebration of Canada's garden . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 1, 2018

  • Earthworms – good or bad?

    Are earthworms good for your garden? Many gardeners believe that earthworms are a benefit while those who garden in a very heavy clay soil would be quick to disagree. There are many studies that. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeApril 15, 2017

  • Growing vegetables in containers

    Regardless of how little space you have it is still possible to garden. Even if you only have a small balcony, you can still enjoy eating fresh vegetables grown in containers. Who doesn’t love . . .

    Ruthanne HanbidgeMarch 27, 2017

  • Begonias brighten the indoor landscape

    Houseplants are essential to a quality of life many of us demand. Begonias have been around since Victorian times, and have long been a favourite. They are actually native to South America, and . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMarch 20, 2017

  • Grow something green to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

    Once again it is March and our weather is colder than it was in February! Perhaps as this is the month where we all are Irish, there are some shenanigans going on, perhaps initiated by the little . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMarch 9, 2017

  • Begonias brighten the indoor landscape

    Houseplants are essential to a quality of life many of us demand. Begonias have been around since Victorian times, and have long been a favourite. They are actually native to South America, and . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMarch 8, 2017

  • The exotic and the dangerous of the southern Caribbean

    Travelling to different places in the world is not only exciting, but educational. The Caribbean region is noted for displaying diverse vegetation. This region includes the islands of the Bahamas . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMarch 5, 2017

  • Floral design for life

    Working with fresh flowers brings something special to our lives. The art of floral design is a proud form of art that has been around for thousands of years. The diversity of style is amazing and . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeFebruary 4, 2017

  • Add edible flowers to the menu

    Winter on the prairies can be long, cold and dreary. It is nice to do something to make the year extra special. Why not brighten up your day – and you diet and eat some flowers? They brighten up . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeFebruary 3, 2017

  • AAS winners for 2017

    All America Selections is a non-profit trailing organization for plants that demonstrate great performance in the garden throughout North America. When you purchase an AAS Winner, you know that it . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJanuary 12, 2017

  • New David Austin rose releases

    There are two new David Austin Roses to be released in spring of 2017. Both of these roses are products of a 20-year breeding program that is achieving amazing levels of beauty, fragrance, free . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeDecember 31, 2016

  • Poinsettias brighten the season

    As the holiday season approaches, the garden centres and other retail outlets are ablaze with holiday plants. The most traditional holiday plant is, of course, the poinsettia. These amazing plants . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 25, 2016

  • Amber – a fossil we can wear

    Amber is a wonderful jewelry for gardeners and stewards of the Earth! It is that beautiful warm-looking golden-coloured almost-living jewelry. It is actually ancient plant resin that has . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 21, 2016

  • History of herbalism

    The prairies are a unique place. The plants that are indigenous to the prairie region are also unique. They have played a special role in the history of this region. Originally, with the native . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 14, 2016

  • History of herbalism

    The prairies are a unique place. The plants that are indigenous to the prairie region are also unique. They have played a special role in the history of this region. Originally, with the native . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 5, 2016

  • Horticulture and Hallowe’en

    We never know if Hallowe'en will find us covered in snow, but this year I guess we will certainly have at least some of that white stuff around. Alas, the respite from an early snowfall is likely . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 24, 2016

  • Designing a show-stopping spring bulb display

    There is something wonderful about planting spring flowering bulbs. It somehow makes the thought of winter arriving just a little bit more palatable. Read on for some design tips to ensure your . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 15, 2016

  • Insects employ many survival strategies

    As true winter approaches, we see changes in the insect population as those tiny and not so tiny critters prepare to survive another winter. Dave, the editor of Last Mountain Times, recently sent . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 13, 2016

  • Planning for a splash of colour in the spring

    This is the perfect time to begin to plan for spring. Now is the time to get planning and plan on April, May and June to be filled with a floriferous crop of spring flowering bulbs. Spring . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 30, 2016

  • Fall lawn care

    Even though our days are getting shorter and cooler, it is important to continue to care for your lawn, even though many of the outside chores are getting wrapped up. The autumn is actually one of . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 17, 2016

  • The scientific side of autumn frost

    There is fall in the air on the prairies. Even though the daytime temperatures are often still warm, at night our temperatures are dipping low enough to stop growth in hot crops like tomatoes and . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 11, 2016

  • Harvesting potatoes

    As summer is sliding towards fall it means we can likely harvest our potato crop soon. Most gardeners have likely been enjoying munching on new potatoes from the garden to enhance summer barbecues.. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 2, 2016

  • Fruit flies invade this time of year

    It is the time of year where we have a number of unwanted guests around the house. There is a host of tiny little fruit flies happily flitting about the fruit bowl. Fruit flies are evident in the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeAugust 28, 2016

  • Mosses and mushrooms

    The mushrooms that seem to magically appear almost overnight in our lawns are the fruiting bodies of a fungus. Fungi cannot manufacture their own food and must obtain it from an external source. In. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeAugust 4, 2016

  • Summer in the garden

    August is most definitely the summer month for enjoying the garden! Raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes and, believe it or not, asparagus are being enjoyed each and every day. Better yet, the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeAugust 1, 2016

  • Buzz in the garden is all about wasps

    The buzz in the garden right now is wasps! This tells me we have recently reached late summer and the savvy insects that have to over winter outside are already beginning to prepare. During late . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 26, 2016

  • Integrated Pest Management

    Integrated Pest Management or IPM is an approach to managing pest problems while at the same time minimizing risk and effect on the environment. IPM is a long-term management plan that will prevent. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 8, 2016

  • Butterfly gardens

    Gardening to entice other critters into your garden can be challenging, but also rewarding. Who doesn’t enjoy the beauty and grace of watching butterflies? Who can resist the wonder of a not so . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 1, 2016

  • Tour Manitoba horticulture highlights

    Join us in early August for a fun-filled and educational tour from Saskatoon through Regina to Manitoba. It was the students at Saskatchewan School of Horticulture who have pushed us to once again . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 27, 2016

  • Horticultural therapy

    Plants are an important part of life. Throughout our history they have provided food, medicine, shelter and more. Today, they still provide but instead of cherishing what plants do for us, we . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 18, 2016

  • Father's Day in the garden

    It is rather interesting that there are still so many stereotypes that we accept. Although I am not a feminist, I do hope that I am viewed as a woman who displays sensitivity and compassion but . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 4, 2016

  • Seasonal garden trivia: Examining the sex life of a conifer

    One of the most interesting things about gardening is that you can never get tired of it, because every year it is different. Take this year as a prime example. As of the end of May, we are dealing. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 30, 2016

  • Scent in the summer garden

    Summer evenings are fabulous for enjoying the sweet, and yes, romantic scents of your garden. Summer on the prairies is short so spending as much time as possible outside is always recommended. If . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 20, 2016

  • Fairy gardens for all to love

    Last time I wrote on fairy gardens was a number of years ago. This year, every garden centre you go to has caught on to this latest craze.Yes, fairy gardens are little spaces that everyone can fall. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 16, 2016

  • Beneficials for us!

    Now that summer is almost officially upon us and most days there is more warmth in the air, there is also evidence of many bug-like critters enjoying the sun! The world of insects is fascinating as. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 10, 2016

  • Spring care of the water garden

    Never in this great province have I had my pond up and running so early! It was too wonderful a day to not spend it in the sun, so I tackled the chore of getting my water garden up and running. . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 2, 2016

  • The Basics of Garden Soil

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    Patricia HanbidgeApril 25, 2016

  • Fiddleheads, a delectable spring treat

    Spring is officially here, but in reality it is not! This week I am driving south to meet and greet spring prior to it really coming to Saskatchewan. Although it is a bit early for "fiddlehead. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeApril 4, 2016

  • The Easter lily

    The Easter lily – we have long associated this plant with spring and the Easter season. Lilium longiflorum, the Latin name for the Easter lily, is native to the Ryukyu Islands of southern Japan. . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMarch 24, 2016

  • Gardening in early spring

    It seems that this spring is coming early. I wonder if it truly will, or if we will get some late winter storms that remind us it is not quite truly spring in spite of what the calendar says. . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMarch 22, 2016

  • Permaculture - whole-systems thinking

    Following our sustainability theme, the article this week is devoted to permaculture. It was in the seventies that this term was coined and simply means permanent agriculture. To take that . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeFebruary 29, 2016

  • Terrariums – a landscape within

    It is a wonderful time of year to explore another gardening alternative – after all with winter still keeping us within its grip why not get growing? A terrarium is really just a self-contained . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeFebruary 15, 2016

  • Caring for those flowers from your Valentine

    The most popular day to give flowers is fast approaching. Valentine's Day on Feb. 14 is one of the busiest days for florists, candy shops, lingerie shops and restaurants. It is "expected". . .

    February 9, 2016

  • Dwarf sour cherries for the Prairies

    One of the best things to happen to the fruit industry in Saskatchewan is the prairie cherry. This great fruit is not only easy to grow but a prolific producer. In my landscape I have seven cherry . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJanuary 28, 2016

  • AAS Winners for 2016

    All America Selections (AAS) is the place to go for the next best thing to guaranteed success in your garden. Each year AAS tests a number of plants that are tested by a network of independent . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJanuary 19, 2016

  • Part II: AAS winning vegetables for 2016

    All-America Selections is the place to go for the next best thing to guaranteed success in your garden. AAS has celebrated more than75 years of providing those plants to gardeners that are tested . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJanuary 12, 2016

  • AAS winners for 2016 — Part 1

    All America Selections is the place to go for the next best thing to guaranteed success in your garden. AAS has celebrated more than 75 years of providing those plants to gardeners that are tested . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeDecember 31, 2015

  • Mistletoe — a mystical symbol through the ages

    From long ago to today, there has always been some fascination with mistletoe. The tradition of hanging mistletoe in the house goes back in time to the ancient Druids. It is believed it has . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeDecember 20, 2015

  • Growing sprouts

    Now winter has finally come, gardeners tend to crave a couple of things. Growing something that is useful, and usually edible, and looking for that wonder of growth beginning. Well, do I have a . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeDecember 14, 2015

  • Facing winter dead on and naked

    I am always amazed by trees in the landscape but especially on the coldest days of winter, days that are so cold cars won’t run and the human factor hardly strays outside. Those are days of – 40 C . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 29, 2015

  • The perfect houseplant: African violet care and nurturing

    Most gardeners are hopelessly addicted to seeing if “it will grow.” One of my favourite Prairie Master Gardeners is also a lover of growing African violets. She currently has 17 newly started . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 15, 2015

  • Lest we forget …

    It was in the early 19th century during the Napoleonic wars when the first connection of the poppy to those who lost their lives in times of war occurred. The fields of war were barren before the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeNovember 10, 2015

  • Wildlife in the garden

    Now that summer is truly a thing of the past, there is less emphasis on the garden. However, our furred and feathered friends are definitely more noticeable. It is a good time to think about making. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 30, 2015

  • The science behind autumn colours

    Autumn is one of my favourite seasons. I do appreciate the seasonal change and the beauty that autumn brings to us. Only a few places in the world have the combination of tree types and climatic . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 27, 2015

  • Growing Fossils

    It is interesting to think of growing something that has been around for 150 million years. I can’t even begin to imagine what a time frame of that nature actually means. The fossil tree better . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 16, 2015

  • Aphids can create a sticky landscape

    It would not be fall without aphids in the garden, I think. Often we don’t notice the aphid itself but do notice the sap-like substance under the infected trees. This is not sap but “honeydew,” . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeOctober 8, 2015

  • Honeywood Heritage Nursery preserves important history

    Autumn is a great time to be in Saskatchewan. It is even a better time to be a student at the Saskatoon School of Horticulture as we spend a great deal of time touring and working with as many . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 29, 2015

  • The many faces of the potato

    This column is in honour of the potato— the mashed, the fried, the boiled, the baked, the stuffed and all the other ways we consume this lowly tuber. Who would think that a potato could be complex,. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 18, 2015

  • Fertilizer key to a healthy, vibrant lawn

    Happy autumn! As promised last week, this week is all about fertilizer. It is important to understand from the perspective of the plant in order to be able to properly care for them. Fertilizers . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 17, 2015

  • Fall lawn care important

    In the fall, it is important to continue to care for your lawn even though many of the outside chores are getting wrapped up. One of the guiding principles of having a healthy lawn with a more “. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeSeptember 5, 2015

  • Dwarf sour cherries for the prairies

    Cherries on the Prairies! What a wonderful thing that is. All fun aside, the dwarf sour cherry is truly the best thing that has happened to the fruit industry but also is an amazing addition for . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeAugust 22, 2015

  • The boreal forest is almost all on publicly-owned land

    The boreal forest is a beautiful place, even in the rain. I am currently enjoying a summer excursion with four generations of my family at our choice destination, the boreal forest, hence the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeAugust 8, 2015

  • Fruit fly invasions can be explosive

    Last weekend we had a beautiful garden party as part of the Friday Evening in the Garden series. There was music, fabulous food, fellowship and a good quantity of fruit of the season. However, the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 23, 2015

  • Smoke and fires

    The dry conditions in many regions in Canada have resulted in a higher incidence of forest fires. For those of us not in the fire areas themselves, we have been seeing the signs with smoky . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 9, 2015

  • Is biological fly control for you?

    There has been such a tremendous response to my recent article on biologicals that I thought it necessary to share the following article. Fly control is an essential component of any high-density. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJuly 6, 2015

  • Gardening in the heat

    Gardening in the heat

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 25, 2015

  • Season for weeds and insects is upon us

    It is the time of year that we are beginning to enjoy garden beauty and produce. The ornamentals are beginning to fill the pots, we are enjoying the first vegetables and we are beginning to enjoy . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 23, 2015

  • Including scents in the garden

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    Patricia HanbidgeJune 14, 2015

  • Ladybugs are aphid-eating machines

    Last week we began to explore the role of beneficial insects in our gardens. After all, not every little critter we find in our outdoor space is bad, even if they are attractive. Today, let us . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 9, 2015

  • Not all bugs are the bad guys

    Now summer is now almost officially upon us, and most days there is more warmth in the air, there is also evidence of many bug-like critters enjoying the sun. The world of insects is fascinating to. . .

    Patricia HanbidgeJune 2, 2015

  • Gardening for our children and youth

    It is a legacy to ensure our children and youth learn about gardening. They are our future and as parents, grandparents and mentors to help our young people learn about growing our own food and . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 26, 2015

  • Organic gardening

    The growing trend to produce our own food without pesticides has increased the interest in organic gardening. This is coupled with the ever-rising costs of fossil fuels that help to drive up the . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 14, 2015

  • Planting a tree

    The spring is the absolute best time to plant anything on the prairies. If you are planting something that is going to live a long time – like a tree — then planting it correctly is the most . . .

    Patricia HanbidgeMay 7, 2015