The Big Carrot grocery store in Canada will be running gardening seminars for its customers.

A grocery store in Toronto, Canada, has converted its rooftop into a gardening workshop. The Green Roof workshop is organised by The Big Carrot, a Canadian supermarket that specializes in organic, GMO-free and environmentally safe products.  The workshops are aimed at urban dwellers and include how to winter-proof an urban garden and the benefits of using non-toxic household products. The Big Carrot websites cajoles:

Let's make urban gardening fun! Join us catching the last rays of the summer sun on the brand new Green Roof on top of the Big Carrot. Our host, Zora Ignjatovic will guide you through the hows-and-whats or preserving your gar dent through winder, and sheds light on mysteries like vertical gardening and growing tomatoes in a concrete parking lot.

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