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Garden and greenhouse enthusiasts in Utah have been pointed in the direction of where to go for horticulture tips.
According to Deseret News, a number of events are taking place over the coming month that should be of interest to those with green fingers.
The Wasatch Community Gardens is holding its annual plant sale on Saturday May 8th at Rowland Hall, where gardeners can pick up a range of unique heirloom vegetable, flower and herb seedlings.
Meanwhile, Red Butte Garden is also set to host a members-only plant sale on Friday May 7th, before welcoming the public on the following day.
Attendees will be able to pick up a number of products, including herbs, perennials, ornamental grasses and drought-tolerant plants.
Furthermore, those looking for tips can head to the gardening classes at Thanksgiving Point, which cost $40 and run on Tuesdays between May 11th and 25th.
One will discuss the best plants for local landscapes, while the other will focus on flower bed design.
In other news, Oregon website kbnd.com explained that there will be a one-hour container gardening workshop at CHS Garden Centre on May 1st.