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FORT WORTH, TX, April 28, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Joe Lamp'l, star of the PBS series "Growing a Greener World," visits Texas-based garden center, Calloway's Nursery in Hurst to present a free garden talk, "The World Needs More Gardens," on Saturday, April 27, at 10:30 a.m.
Lamp'l's garden talk, "The World Needs More Gardens," will cover benefits, tips and tricks to growing gardens. The national garden expert will share his picks of top-performing annual plants from the Burpee Home Gardens collection that offer gardeners well-suited plants for North Texas. Lamp'l's garden talk is free and takes place at Calloway's Nursery, 760 Grapevine Highway, Hurst, Texas 76054.
"The Calloway's Nursery team is excited to share knowledge and advice from such a renowned garden and sustainability expert. This is a rare opportunity to hear from Joe Lamp'l and get to meet him in person. We hope gardeners get inspired with what they learn," said Kimberly Bird, vice president of marketing.
To learn more about the Joe Lamp'l presentation, visit http://www.calloways.com/event/2013-burpee-home-garden-day.
Joe Lamp'l (aka joe gardener), one of the country's more recognized and trusted personalities in gardening and sustainability, shares his passion for living a greener life with a nationwide following. Lamp'l serves as executive producer and host of the award-winning PBS series "Growing A Greener World," and has starred in series such as "Fresh from the Garden" on DIY Network and GardenSMART. Joe regularly shares his know-how on NBC's "TODAY Show," ABC's "Good Morning America," The Weather Channel and through his popular books, podcast series, nationally syndicated newspaper column and more.
Calloway's and Cornelius Nurseries is a 18-store garden center chain serving the Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston markets. The company strives to make gardening fun, easy and successful for customers by offering expert advice from Texas Certified Nursery Professionals; store environments that are educational and easy to shop; weekly gardening clincs that serve both novice and expert gardeners; displays and instructions to aid gardeners with design and color development in their yards; and a product selection of the best plant varieties available. For more information, visit www.mytexasgarden.com.
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