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TAVS 2012 Spring Show & Sale

Sunday April 29th 10am- 4:30 pm

Toronto Botanical Garden - Floral Hall
777 Lawrence Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario  M3C 1P2

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Presentation Schedule

Make sure to attend our informative presentations, complimentary with your entry fee.
Seating is limited to 30 people on a first-come basis, so come early!

 

10:30 am  Basics of Growing African Violets - Sayeh Beheshti

Join Sayeh as she looks at the basic growing requirements of African violets (soil, water, light, temperature, humidity, fertilizer) as well as how to propagate from leaf cuttings and when to move to a larger pot.

 

12:00 pm  Five Most-Asked Questions About African Violets - Louise Cheung

You are not alone! You would be surprised how many people ask us the very same questions you have. Join Louise as she looks at the five most-asked questions about violets and takes away the mystery once and for all.

 

1:30  Basics of Growing African Violets - Carolyn Conlin-Lane

Join Carolyn as she looks at the basic growing requirements of African violets (soil, water, light, temperature, humidity, fertilizer) as well as how to propagate from leaf cuttings and when to move to a larger pot.

 

3:00  How I Grow My Favorite African Violets - Sayeh Beheshti

Take a sneak peak into Sayeh’s plant room to see how she grows her African violets. She will introduce you to some of her favorite violets, explain what makes them unique and how best to grow them.

 

Parking

 

As you know, the Toronto Botanical Garden has been undergoing extensive parking renovation. Alternate parking options include street parking on Banbury Drive and Blaine Drive, which are directly opposite the TBG off Lawrence, and streets running off them. Please note that although there are no posted signed restrictions on these streets (with the exception of Sundays from 12 noon to 6 p.m. on Banbury and Blaine), there is an implied three-hour parking limit. You will also be able to park at the St. Bonaventure School and St. Bonaventure Church parking lots, located just south of us off Leslie.

 

parking map for 2012 spring show

 


Cached at: 4/20/2012