Monday, September 24, 2012

Free Container Garden Class by Tucson's Potted Garden Expert

Posted By on Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 9:00 AM

Finishing Up a New Garden with Fernando

This Saturday learn how to start your own potted garden at your home or office. You can plan to start with flowers, herbs and/or vegetables with what you take away from this class. This is the first in the fall series of pot garden classes.

Potted Gardens 101 in the Desert
Learn about getting started with a potted garden in the desert the right way so that your efforts do not end up in the compost heap!

DATE: Saturday, September 29; 10-11 am
Call 579.9411 to register
Pre-registration is required due to seating limitations. Cost: FREE!

LOCATION for all classes: Pottery Blowout, 3840 E Grant (just west of Alvernon)

Sponsored by The Contained Gardener from Sonoran Gardens, Inc, Landscape Design and Construction

If you are unable to come, email Marylee to receive the schedule for upcoming classes.

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