Carter's Water Garden


Seminar: Creating A Container Water Garden
September 8, 2009, 11:16 am
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Water Gardens are HOT and one of the most popular trends going is to create your own “Container Water Garden“! They are FUN and AFFORDABLE and will fit in almost any situation. Don’t miss this AWESOME workshop. We will walk you through all the steps it takes to DESIGN and CREATE you very own Container Water Garden. Jo and Shane will lead this ‘Hands On’ workshop and it’s going to be a lot of fun.

Set your calendars and Don’t miss this EDUCATIONAL workshop! Bring the whole family! Your KIDS will LOVE this too!

WHEN – Saturday, September 26th. Class begins at 9 am.

WHERE – Carter’s Nursery, Pond & Patio,
2846 Old Medina Rd., Jackson TN. 38305.

What – You will learn how to Design and Create your own Container Water Garden! We will show you how to lay out and design a Container Water Garden that is both Beautiful and Functional. You will learn about Aquatic Plants for containers, what type of soil and gravel to use, how to make your container a working fountain and more. Aquatic Plants, pottery and every thing you may need will be available at the workshop, or feel free to bring your own container with you.

HOW DO I REGISTER – It’s Easy! AND it’s FREE!
Just call the Nursery at 731-424-2206 OR E-MAIL us at jocarter@charter.net . Tell us how many will be with your group and your done! Bring a folding lawn chair if you would like, it’s going to be a fun morning!

– Mark Carter


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