COME CHECK OUT OUR HOTTEST EVENT OF THE YEAR THAT YOU CANNOT MISS….
OUR EPIC PLANT SALE IS BACK AT THE GREENHOUSE!
We will be partnering with Neumark Design and HydroFlora Concordia to sell a variety of ecologically grown houseplants in our rooftop Greenhouse!
1) WE ARE ACCEPTING CASH ONLY for the Greenhouse’s plants; However, Neumark Design and HydroFlora Concordia will be accepting Interac/Credit transactions.
2) BRING YOUR OWN PACKAGING to transport your plants!
It’s important in cold weather that plants are well protected from the cold so that they do not get frost damage. We recommend you bring both a BOX or tray to easily carry your plants and PLASTIC BAGS to wrap your plants with.
3) WAIT TIMES AND LINEUPS may be long, so try to come early. We have attempted to spread out traffic by offering longer hours than in the past. We suggest that you bring a snack and/or a book with you. At 12:00 pm we will open the doors, but the Greenhouse will be closed before and after the sale.
These are the rates being offered by each group during the sale:
The Concordia Greenhouse: $4 – $40
Neumark Design: $6 – $65
HydroFlora Concordia: $10 – $80
Plant lists and any other updates will also appear in the event description and discussion section of the Facebook event page!
The Concordia Greenhouse is located on the northwest corner of the 13th floor of the Henry F. Hall building, 1455 de Maisonneuve West. To get here, go to the 12th floor and follow the signs in the hallways to stairwell # 1285. For the Plant Sale event only, we regret that the Concordia Greenhouse will not be wheelchair accessible due to limited space to navigate within the premises. Normally, we invite those who require wheelechair access to please contact us in advance of your visit at email@example.com, as there is a mechanical elevator that goes to the 13th floor.
For Media inquiries, please contact Megan Mericle at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Concordia is located on unceded Kanien’kehá:ka traditional territory.
Concordia est situé dans le territoire traditionnel non cédé de Kanien’kehá:ka.