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Blending edibles and ornamentals in your garden - Paul Plant

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Blending edibles and ornamentals in your garden - Paul Plant

Time: May 25, 2019 from 11am to 1pm
Location: Hamilton Library
Street: 36 Racecourse Road
City/Town: Ascot
Website or Map: https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.…
Phone: 07 3403 1050
Event Type: free, green, workshops
Organized By: Brisbane City Council
Latest Activity: Mar 26, 2019

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Event Description

WHEN Sat 25th May 2019 • 11.00am - 1.00pm
VENUE Hamilton Library
VENUE  36 Racecourse Road, Ascot 
AGE RANGE Young adults, Adults, Seniors
BOOKINGS Required Phone Hamilton Library on 07 3403 1050 to reserve your place.
COST
Free
EVENT TYPE
Green, Workshop
DETAILS

Find out how to successfully blend edibles and ornamentals in your garden design to create an aesthetic and productive garden. Presented by Paul Plant, Registered Horticulturist.

Location: Hamilton Library, 36 Racecourse Road, Ascot 

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