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Posted on August 30, 2010

Think you’re a great gardener? Then why are your peppers plump while your pothos
is pooping out? Your fuchsia is flowering but your ficus is fizzling. David Wachholz
will explain the major differences between indoor and outdoor gardening including
watering, pruning, fertilizing, light requirements, and other environmental considerations.
He will also describe some of the more commonly used indoor plants along with their
care and maintenance. Finally, attendees will learn to recognize and treat various
plant pests and diseases. This will be an interactive class with live houseplants.
Attendees are encouraged to bring their own plants or foliage from home.

David Wachholz has 12 years of experience working in the interior horticulture industry.
He has worked in sales, service, and management for companies such as Amlings, Tropical
Plant Rentals, and Foliage Design Systems. He currently works as a service technician
for Plant Parenting Inc., and resides in Rogers Park.
Meetings are free to members; $5 others. Membership is $10 per calendar year and
entitles you to free admission to all RPGG programs and events for 2010.


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