Accentuating Your Garden With Fencing, Water Features
Tropical, Zen, modern or retro — bamboo is a versatile material that can completely change the look of your outdoor or indoor space for very little time and money. This sustainable, renewable resource makes for a gorgeous accent, helps define a space, can be used as a water feature and so much more.
Geobunga welcomes the public, including gardening aficionados of all ages and skill level, to join them on Saturday, June 22, at its free public seminar: Bamboo Fencing and Accents at 9 a.m. in Salt Lake at 4299 Lawehana St. (across from Target) and again at 2 p.m. in Waimanalo at 41-829 Kakaina St. Seminars are free, but space is limited and reservations are recommended at www.geobunga.com.
Workshop attendees can explore the many uses of bamboo and learn how to:
• Create or define spaces
• Create a focal point
• Help flowers grow higher
• Prolong the life of your bamboo
• Create a water feature
“Love the look of ceramic pottery and the sound of running water? We’ll show you how easy it is to turn any pot into a water feature with a bamboo spout,” said Andrew Dedrick, Geobunga executive director. “Our free workshop will teach attendees how simple it is to create a serene outdoor space with bamboo accents in no time at all.”
Use bamboo for an entry, around a yard or lanai to enhance privacy, to transform an unsightly chain-link fence, or even to help flowers grow higher.
Geobunga offers an impressive variety of bamboo in black and the traditional yellow, at 20 percent less than the big box stores.
Choose from bamboo fencing, spigots, trellises, accents and more.
Geobunga turns the ordinary into extraordinary as Hawaii’s best resource for anyone looking to enhance their outdoor experience. Providing unique garden elements from around the world, Geobunga specializes in stone pavers and benches, decorative rocks, ceramic pots, fountains and bamboo accents, including a variety of plants. With the best prices, selection and service in the state, each visit to Geobunga brings something new to discover. Don’t forget to check out the company on Facebook (www.facebook.com/geobunga) and Twitter (@geobunga).
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Geobunga’s free four-part gardening series is coming up:
• July 20, Island style rock garden
• Aug. 3, Medicine garden
• Aug. 17, Pizza garden
• Aug. 31, Container gardening Reserve a spot at www.geobunga.com
contact // 422-4567
web // www.geobunga.com