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Container Gardening (incl soil & plants)  

Container gardening is very popular today, since so many of us have small landscapes or live in condos. Containers are a perfect solution for those looking to bring color and interest and/or fresh herbs to a home with limited gardening space. The variety of lovely and unique containers, as well as the vast color palette of plants appropriate for containers, makes this type of gardening exciting and fun. The instructor demonstrates ways to make your containers sparkle throughout the year. Discover the secrets to a successfully blooming mini garden. Bring your own container (one you can carry when full) and design your own small garden in class. Plants (including both veggies & decorative plants) are provided by the instructor and are included in your class fee. CLASS FEE IS NONREFUNDABLE.


Container Gardening (incl soil & plants)
Item: HGC1000 Gary Patton
F   10:00 AM - 12:00 PM STC Sarasota Bldg 5 Rm 5-106
Sessions: 1 Location: 4748 Beneva Rd Sarasota, FL 34233
F 11/1/2019 - 11/1/2019       Fee: $29.00
Requirement(s): Bring your own plant container that will hold soil & plants, not to exceed 15 inches diameter or 1,800 cubic inches (length x width x height). Can be a pot, hanging basket, window box, a recycled container, or two 8 inch pots.

Register early to avoid disappointment, as classes will fill up quickly!

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