Learn how to easily grow create your own compost using food and other organic waste.
Geobunga is pleased to offer its third 2015 Gardening Workshops Series “How and Why to Compost.”
- April 18, 9-10am at Geobunga Windward – 41-732 Kakaina St. Waimanalo, HI 96795
- May 2, 9-10am at Geobunga Salt Lake – 4404 Malaai St. Honolulu, HI 96818 (across from Target)
Space is limited to 50 seats! Register at geobunga.com/workshops
The public is invited to learn how to compost using free, readily available food waste and other organic material from their yards.
“Compost improves soil fertility, soil structure and water-holding capacity,” says Geobunga owner Andrew Dedrick. “Anyone with a yard or lanai can do it and the benefits are endless.”
The workshop makes it easy for gardeners of all levels to get started.
Geobunga makes it fun, easy and affordable to create beautiful outdoor spaces. Offering unique garden elements from around the world, Geobunga specializes in ceramic pots, stone pavers and benches, decorative rocks and pebbles, fountains, bamboo accents and a large variety of plants. Each visit to Geobunga brings something new to discover, along with the best prices, selection and service in the state. Geobunga offers two convenient locations in Salt Lake and Waimanalo.
***FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC***
Charles Bohannan, Media Relations