Explore your garden plants

Explore your garden plants

Date & Time

Sat, 22nd July
12:00pm - 2:00pm

2017-07-22 12:00:00 2017-07-22 14:00:00 Australia/Brisbane Explore your garden plants Find out why some plants are best adapted to our local climate and others are not. Find out why some fruiting plants flower but others don't set fruit. This session is for passionate gardeners who want to know how to improve the garden with a basic understanding of botany and ecology. Presented by Paul Plant, editor of subTropical Gardening magazine. Bookings essential. Mt Gravatt Library

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Age

Open

Cost

Free

Find out why some plants are best adapted to our local climate and others are not. Find out why some fruiting plants flower but others don't set fruit. This session is for passionate gardeners who want to know how to improve the garden with a basic understanding of botany and ecology. Presented by Paul Plant, editor of subTropical Gardening magazine. Bookings essential.

Booking

Bookings required. Phone Mount Gravatt Library on 07 3403 7775 to reserve your place.

Venue

Mt Gravatt Library, 8 Creek Road, Mt Gravatt

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