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WallyGro x Rooted NYC: Vertical Plant Care 101

by Madison Crabtree June 05, 2019

WallyGro x Rooted NYC: Vertical Plant Care 101

Next week, we're partnering with Rooted NYC and interior plant stylist Taylor Morgan (@theplantydropper) to bring you a vertical gardening workshop located in the heart of New York City. 

This workshop will help you understand basic vertical plant care while also covering additional Rooted tips and tricks. We will cover how to pot, mount, and water your plants in our Wally Eco vertical gardening wall planters. Other topics include repotting, fertilizing, pruning, pest control, and more!

Each ticket includes a small plant and a WallyGro Eco planter in a color of your choice. You will also get 20% off any in-store purchases at Rooted for the evening. Feel free to bring a plant you might have questions about. Refreshments and materials will be provided, and there is limited space available, so sign up now! 

 

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Details

June 12, 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

135 Kent Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11249

 

About Rooted

Rooted is a modern-day plant brand dedicated to reconnecting you to nature, one houseplant a time. They deliver beautiful, healthy plants nationwide, and can be visited in-store Monday through Thursday 12-6, and Friday through Sunday 11-7. Visit their website here. 

 





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