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Bloom{in} Box Garden Kits

The native plants in your Bloom{in} Box will delight you from spring through fall. Each box will make your yard come alive, literally, and attract bees and butterflies. You will be wowed by the variety of plants designed to bloom and provide colour throughout the growing season.

Each Bloom{in} Box contains a suite of plants whose colour, season, foliage and height will coordinate well when planted together. There are three different Bloom{in} Boxes available for purchase suited to full-sun, partial-sun, and rain gardens, each designed to cover an area of approximately 2 square metres.

All the proceeds of this fundraiser go towards Reep Green Solutions’ community-focused environmental projects and initiatives.

Place your order online, visit us at a community event this spring or contact us to place your order.

Orders must be placed by Sunday, May 26th and picked up at Reep House for Sustainable Living, located at 20 Mill Street, Kitchener, on Saturday, June 1st, between 10am and 12:00pm.

For the price of $90 each box will include:

Bee Buzzing around Wild Bergamot blooms

  • 15 potted plants specified for full-sun, part-sun, or rain gardens:
    • Choose from the Bloom{in sun}, Bloom{in rain}, or Bloom{in shade} Box
  • Planting guide and plant layout design
  • Instructions for ongoing care and maintenance

The Bloom{in rain} Boxes may also be eligible for stormwater credits when planted in a rain garden if you reside within the City of Kitchener or the City of Waterloo.

If you live in Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge you are eligible to receive a $45 rebate on your Bloom{in rain} Box purchase, but this offer is only for a limited number of residents, so act fast!


Bee Friendly Cities

Did you know that both Kitchener, Waterloo and Wellesley Township are recognized as Bee Cities in Ontario? Each Bloom {in} Box helps to support this great initiative by providing a steady supply of food and habitat for our native pollinators. You can read more about bee-friendly initiatives and other leading jurisdictions throughout Ontario at Bee City Canada.

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