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How to Care for Houseplants

In-Person / Online

Keep your indoors green and your air clean with healthy houseplants! In this program, Master Gardener Jackie Reed will guide you through an exploration of indoor plants, including which types are safe for pets. She will discuss what to look for when purchasing plants and how to care for them effectively: lighting, placement, and watering will all be covered. Participants will also learn about fertilizing and common problems with houseplants.

Jackie Reed is a teacher turned landscaper, and has been a Master Gardener for over five years. She holds a Prairie Horticulture Certificate and works as an Indoor Plant Technician, installing and maintaining tropical plants.

Related Info Guide: Gardening

Wednesday, April 17, 2024
6:00PM - 7:30PM
Buchwald Room
Millennium Library
  For Adults  
  Learning & Leisure  
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In-person/online event
This event takes place both in-person and online. An online meeting link will be sent to all participants by email regardless of registration type.

Please be advised that some filming will occur as part of the in-person event.

Programs and events at Winnipeg Public Library are always free.
Registration for this event is now closed.

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