Paul Zammit believes that he still has so much to learn from his love of tending a garden space. Now after “many” years, and after being fortunate to have traveled and visited several great gardens of all sizes, Paul is excited to share some of the many lessons he has learned from his adventures to great private and public gardens. Dec. 1 at Etobicoke Horticultural Society
Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society presentation on how to get houseplants to bloom through winter, beginning with popular flowering plants such as Phalaenopsis orchids, peace lilies, and anthuriums, plus some unusual and intriguing bloomers.
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