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Upcoming Events

Second Saturday at the Garden!
Join the O’ahu Master Gardeners and UGC ‘Ohana Volunteers at the Pearl City Urban Garden Center for Second Saturday at the Garden!  Garden demonstrations, UH Master Gardener “Got a Plant Question” booth, tours, UH Seed sales, volunteer plant sales and self garden tours at every event.  Visit www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/UHMG to learn more about resources for Home Gardeners!
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February 13, 2016    9:00 am - 12:00 pm
UH Urban Garden Center Annual Plant Sale & Honolulu Rose Society Rose Sale (potted roses)
The Honolulu Rose Society
Educational Booth featuring HDOT’s Storm Water Management Program, www.stormwaterhawaii.com
When we toss cups, plastics bags, and food wrappers down the storm drain, it goes directly to the ocean untreated. This debris can collect around our beaches and streams, causing an unsightly mess and threatening wildlife. The State of Hawaii Highways Division -- Oahu District urges all citizens to keep storm drains free of debris -- it will go a long way toward preserving the beauty of Hawaii's environment!

Also visit our grafted plants sales.

March 12, 2016    9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Workshop: Grafting Workshop hosted by the UH UGC Grafting Hui
Call to register 453-6050, $35 at the door, space is limited.

April 9 , 2016    9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Workshop: Fertilizing your Plants 9:30-10:30am
Fertilizers are important to the health of your plants. This presentation will cover the importance of fertilizers, but more importantly how, what and when to apply fertilizers. We’ll also discuss how to look for plant nutrient deficiencies, how to optimize plant health, and organic and inorganic fertilizers.
Call to register 453-6050, $5 at the door, space is limited.

May 14 , 2016    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Workshop: Sandcasting Workshop 9:30-10:30am

sandcasting of cabbage leaf
Featuring UH Master Gardener, Joyce Clarin, demonstrating this unique garden craft called sandcasting. Starting with a tropical leaf , a bit of sand and a bag of Quikrete, she shows the class how to shape the form into a birdbath or garden sculpture for your home garden. This class will be demonstration only. Participants will be sent home with a printed supply list and instructions to try it at home.
Call to register 453-6050, $5 at the door, space is limited.

Also visit our grafted plants sales.


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