Garden 4 – Harmony Garden

Gardener: Harmony Garden
191 Whonoak Road, West Vancouver

Harmony Garden, X̱wemelch’stn pen̓em̓áy, is a fourteen-year-old food forest and place of community, offering a safe, vibrant, colorful and creative place for gathering and connection. The arts are naturally incorporated into the space, as Harmony Garden partners with emerging Indigenous artists on a variety of projects. The garden invites visitors to learn about the Indigenous plants that grow throughout Sḵwx̱wú7mesh land, many of which are growing right there in the garden.

Hosts and gardeners:

T’uy’t’tanat Cease Wyss, Both days

Heather Spence, Saturday

Senaqwila Wyss, Sunday



Tsawaysia Spakwus Alice Guss and Dominique Nahanee | Arts and Storytelling



Solomon Chiniquay | Audio art with bio-sonic synth | Saturday

Rennie Nahanee | Guitar and Songs | Saturday & Sunday


This garden is supported by See-emia Cultural Studies Society and Vines Art Society.


This garden has taken steps to be accessible to visitors. The easiest way to access the garden on public transportation is to take the bus to Capilano Road and Marine Drive, and head for fifteen minutes down to the garden. There is some parking available near the garden, but please be mindful of residents' own parking needs, and ensure that spaces near driveways are clear.