[Ended][Virtual Workshop] House Plant Rescue with Matt Stata

Saturday, August 29, 2020

Event date:
Saturday, August 29, 2020
Activity time:
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT / 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT
Entrance fee:


Online registration is mandatory. Please click the button below to register.





This weekend, take some time to care for your houseplants. Matt Stata is a plant scientist and urban gardener at the University of Toronto and is here to talk to us about houseplant care and rescue. Learn how to revive dying plants and deal with common problems like over or under watering, light or nutrient deficiencies, and pests, as well as a chance to ask your own plant care questions in this 1-hour webinar.

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This event will be hosted on Zoom.

Online registration is mandatory. Registration is done through Eventbrite. Please click the button above, or here to register.

The Zoom link will be available to participants through Eventbrite’s Online Event Page. They will receive this link via their provided email as soon as they register.

The event will start at the announced time and last about 60 minutes.

We appreciate attendees taking the time to update their registration. If you cannot attend, please kindly cancel your registration from your Eventbrite account.

Please contact us at event@muji.ca if you have any questions.




Matt Stata
Matt Stata is a plant biologist finishing his PhD at the University of Toronto, where he also runs the Sky Garden, a light-weight, semi-hydroponic, volunteer-run rooftop vegetable garden that generates roughly 500lbs of produce per season for the student and local communities. Having devoted an inordinate amount of time to growing and studying plants, Matt has developed a wide range of expertise in the growth and care of house and garden plants, as well as more unusual species. Matt leads workshops on topics including urban agriculture, plant care, and general plant knowledge.

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