The Palm Garden Centre in Mount Edgecombe has been serving the community for 40 years, bringing a touch of nature into residents’ homes and brightening up their living space with plants and flowers of all kinds.
With the season of spring in full bloom, the Palm Garden Centre is offering 100 free trees to the public.
The 65-year-old owner and founder of the Palm Garden Centre, Shan Gungaparsad, said, “Mother Earth needs a helping hand, and we are asking the community to come in and join us in aiding the planet and combating global warming. As such, we are asking the general public to assist us in planting trees. As long as they come out to the nursery, they will receive a free plant or tree.”
The center encourages schools, hospices, and even the general public to visit the site this month and collect one of 100 free trees with no obligation to purchase from the nursery.
“Our goal is to educate the public on plants and how to properly care for them while also helping add beauty to our community,” concluded Gungaparsad.
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