Geobunga Hosts Free Container Gardens Workshop, May 19 | Events
Geogunga will host a free Container Gardens Workshop on Saturday, May 19 at 9 a.m. focusing on decorative gardens.
Led by Geobunga's Keola Kalama, topics covered in the workshop will include the three components of beautiful container gardens, what to plant in your container garden to achieve an aesthetically pleasing look and the benefits of planting in containers versus planting in the ground. Workshop attendees will learn the importance of grouping plants with similar light and water needs and how to maintain or turn over container gardens.
Following the workshop, Geobunga will have containers, soil and plants for sale to help attendees get started on their very own container gardens at home.
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 Geobunga turns the ordinary into extraordinary as Hawaii's best resource for anyone looking to enhance their outdoor experience. Providing unique garden elements from around the world, Geobunga specializes in stone pavers and benches, decorative rocks, ceramic pots, fountains, and bamboo accents, including a variety of plants. With the best prices, selection and service in the state, each visit to Geobunga brings something new to discover.
***FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC***
WHEN: Saturday, May 19 at 9 a.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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