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Unusual Planters: Reusing the Random Things You Have on Hand to Grow Something Beautiful

vine plant in pot

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: This workshop will be an exploration in creative gardening. We will spend some time thinking both about what makes a good planter, what each plant needs in terms of soil care and drainage, and how to make something unexpected into a container. During the workshop you should walk away with a new planter (and if you have a plant with you) a new potted plant!

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  • A bit of creativity
  • Something you don’t mind putting dirt in.

 

Instructor: Maker Hub Volunteer Noah Martin

Date(s): 
July 7, 2020
Time: 
07:00pm-08:00pm
Location: 
Online Workshop
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Free Zoom Registration Required