Geobunga host free water lily and water garden workshop | Events
Whether you have a backyard pond or live in an apartment, you can still enjoy the beauty of a water lily garden. Attend this free water lily and water garden workshop at 9 a.m. and at 1 p.m., hosted by Geobunga, for an introduction into the world of water lilies.
Topics covered in the workshop will include what are the different kinds of water lilies available, basic care needed for water lilies such as proper growing conditions and fertilizer requirements, and how to pick the right plant that fits into your lifestyle.
To ensure your seat, reservations are highly recommended. Please register for this free seminar at www.geobunga.com.
Geobunga is Hawaii's best resource for homeowners, contractors, landscape designers and green thumbs of all ages looking to enhance their outdoor experience. Providing unique garden elements from all over the world, Geobunga specializes in stone pavers, decorative rocks, stones and pebbles, ceramic pots, fountains, stone benches, bamboo accents and outdoor sculptures, as well as a full line of plants. The Geobunga name comes from the word geo for earth and rock, and bunga for bungalow, or living space. With the best prices, selection and service in the state, each visit to Geobunga brings something new to discover.
***F R E E A N D O P E N T O T H E P U B L I C***
WHEN: Saturday, April 14 at 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
WHERE: Geobunga Outdoor Garden Center
4299 Lawehana Street, Salt Lake (across from Target)
REGISTER: To ensure your seat, reservations are highly recommended. Please register for this free seminar at www.geobunga.com.
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