July 16-17, 2011
Fort Mason Center
San Francisco, California
Next weekend is the 8th Annual Maximum Yield San Francisco Indoor Garden Expo at the Fort Mason Center and we will be there! Will you? There is quite the line-up, with over showing a huge range of indoor gardening products, techniques and technologies from plants to pots, soil and hydroponics.
The Max Yield Expo is especially focused on moving toward a greener and healthier planet so many exhibitors (including yours truly) will be there to help you learn more about growing healthier plants and produce using water wise techniques, specialized growing containers and organic methods. We feel good about participating in an event that promotes and encourages sustainable living and helping to further education and awareness. Stop by and look for our General Organics line, organic nutrients especially formatted to offer complete, balanced nutrition for hydroponic plants. We’ll show you how it works and help you get ideas for your own systems. Our staff is ready to advise and inspire so come equipped with your questions! We will be providing chances to win great prizes if you stop by the booth and have a chat with us.
We have several booths that we will be filling up with all your favorite products, including our General Organic series, and will have lots of plants and systems up and running so you can come check it all out. Look for us in booths 100, 102, 201, 203 and the GO line will be in Booths M and O.
CA Native plant sales and show in April
Since there have been a few posts asking about CA natives recently, perhaps folks would be interested in these:
April 5, 9:30 am - 2:00 pm
Tiburon Audubon Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, 376 Greenwood Beach Road
Further information. (415) 332-4117
April 12-13, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Skyline Wilderness Park, 2201 E. Imola Ave. Napa
Admission to the park will be free for this event only, the Martha Walker Native Habitat Garden will be open for self guided tours and we will have a large selection of natives as well as locally collected wildflowers on display! Please call 707 253-2665 for more information or log onto www