Mar 2, 2013
GEOBUNGA HOSTS FREE EDIBLE GARDEN WORKSHOP, MARCH 2
Learn to grow food you can use in everyday cooking WHAT: Geobunga will host a free workshop with useful tips on growing your own fresh herbs and vegetables. WHEN/WHERE: Saturday, March 2 · 9 a.m. at Geobunga Flagship at 4299 Lawehana Street, Salt Lake (across from Target) and · 2 p.m. at Geobunga Waimanalo Farm at 41-829 Kakaina St., Waimanalo REGISTER: To ensure your seat, reservations are highly recommended and can be made at www.geobunga.com. DETAILS: There’s nothing more rewarding than eating fresh, organic, pesticide-free produce hand-picked from your own garden! Hawaii residents can grow fresh produce year-round, thanks to our mild climate and sunny weather. Herbs such as basil, oregano and rosemary; lettuces like manoa and arugula; and cherry or regular tomatoes thrive in the islands. Seminar attendees will learn the basics of planting and harvesting, and the many options available to them. Container gardening has become extremely popular in the past few years, as anyone with some sunlight and a little space – even a small lanai or kitchen window box – can grow fresh herbs and vegetables. Following the seminar, attendees can get one-on-one advice from Geobunga’s instructor, Keola Kalama, to learn more about their specific container gardening needs. Inspired attendees can get everything they need to create their own small garden or container garden, including pots, topsoil, potting mix and pre-planted herbs and vegetables. 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. Geobunga, the state’s largest grower of water plants, offers two convenient locations in Salt Lake and Waimanalo. Visit www.geobunga.com for more information. ***F R E E A N D O P E N T O T H E P U B L I C***
|Cost||FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC|
Geobunga Outdoor Garden Center
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