Locals invited to go green in Guelph

April 21, 2017 by  

Houseplants can add warmth and life to a home, and those who attend a workshop that has been planned for Guelph will learn a range of horticultural techniques that they can use in their own homes.

A local master gardener will be facilitating the event, and an assortment of topics will be discussed. Advice will be given on plant selection, as well as how to locate plants in a place in the home where they will be happy and grow well. Plant health will also be addressed, and attendees will be given a basic understanding of horticultural diseases and how to treat and prevent them for occurring in the first place.

When the evening draws to a close, the master gardener will be on hand to answer specific questions and give additional advice. No fee will be charged to participate, but those who are interested need to register ahead of time. Flyers are a marketing product that can be used to effectively promote an event like this throughout the local area.

The session will be held in the Guelph Curling Club on May 4, starting at 7:00 pm. Additional details and an opportunity to register have been made available on the Guelph Mercury website, and everyone is invited to come out and give their green thumb a workout.