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Wally Eco Vertical Gardening Workshop & Brunch at Colonial Gardens

by Madison Crabtree April 11, 2019

Wally Eco Vertical Gardening Workshop & Brunch at Colonial Gardens

Join us at Colonial Gardens community garden center and nursery on Saturday, May 4th to build your own Wally Eco planter and learn the benefits of vertical gardening. 

We’ll be explaining the science behind why the Wally Eco planter is so beneficial for your plants and talking about the overall sustainability of our products, all made in the USA of 100% recycled plastic milk jugs.

At the end of the workshop, you will have everything you need to go home and confidently hang your new Wally Eco wherever you like!

For just $25, take home a Wally Eco in your choice of color and a plant supplied by Colonial Gardens. A light brunch will be included. Only 25 openings are available, so sign up now!

Details:
10:00 - 11:30 am
Saturday, May 4th

Colonial Gardens
27610 E Wyatt Road
Blue Springs, MO 64014

 

Colonial Gardens 

Need an excuse to come to Blue Springs, or want to keep the fun going after the event?

We got you! After the workshop, you can shop for plants at Colonial Gardens or eat at their Bean Counter Cafe.

10 miles down the road in downtown Lee’s Summit, you can enjoy:
 

SHOP

Farmer’s Market 7 am - 1 pm, located at the corner of 2nd and Douglas streets in Downtown Lee's Summit: https://downtownls.org/market/

CREATE

Build your own signature candle at Embers Candle Bar: https://www.emberscandlebar.com/

DRINK

Enjoy coffee and tea while browsing wares at Whistle Stop Coffee & Mercantile: https://www.whistlestopcoffee.com/

EAT

Dine at the Third Street Social: https://www.thirdstreetsocial.com/menu





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