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Second Saturday at the Garden 2019
Capital Improvement construction in progress on our office buildings. Please use caution when visiting. Gardens and restrooms are open.
August 10, 2019 8:30 am - 11:30 amPlant Sale, Orchard Tour and Pruning Young Trees Workshop
The Aloha Arborist Association will host a workshop on tree pruning essentials, so you can learn how to properly care for and shape your tree from the beginning. Proper pruning is essential for optimal health and productivity of your ornamental and fruit trees. Don't make mistakes and ruin your tree, learn from the best certified arborists! Workshop 10 am, Cost: $5 at the door. Call 453-6050 to preregister.
Fruit Orchard Tour: Guided tour of four acres of semitropical fruit orchard featuring mango, citrus, and guava collections. Lesser known fruits such as jaboticaba, egg fruit and many more exotic fruits can be seen. Learn about the cultural practices that makes this orchard a living treasure. A handout of Urban Garden Center favorite varieties will be available to participants. In addition, there will be a tasting of fruits from the orchard and a drawing for a grafted mango tree, fig, miracle berry, jaboticaba and Meyer lemon plants.
Time: 8:45 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Cost: $10.00 Call 453-6050 to preregister.
August 17, 2019 8:00 am - 10:00 amSpecial Workshop: The Art & Principles of Grafting
Focused on the art of grafting, including hands-on practice and theory. Learn why and how to graft fruit trees and ornamental plants. Presentation followed by a demonstration, question & answer period, and a hands-on session for the participants. Practice with hibiscus, then take home a grafted avocado. 8am -10:00am (Upper Nursery) Space Limited. Cost: $30
Call 453-6050 to preregister for workshops
September 14, 2019 8:30 am - 11:30 amBeginner Chainsaw Safety Workshop
Aloha Arborist Association returns to teach a workshop on chainsaw safety. Learn crucial techniques to keep you safe while working. You will also learn basic chainsaw maintenance and sharpening, which are essential to safety as well.
Workshop 9 am, $5 at the door. Call 453-6050 to preregister.
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