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A Panic on Plant Street.

A Panic on Plant Street.

A Panic on Plant Street

Winter Garden Masonic Lodge # 165 is proud to present their first annual Panic On Plant Street Haunted House. This charity event is a high energy, interactive, theatrical, walk through haunt with a cast of over 35 talented actors who are prepared to show you a side of Halloween that you've never seen before! This event is not recommended for small children and there is a free, adult supervised childcare area available on site. It's coming Winter Garden, Are you ready?

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Winter Garden Masonic Lodge # 165 is proud to present their first annual Panic On Plant Street Haunted House. This charity event is a high energy, interactive, theatrical, walk through haunt with a cast of over 35 talented actors who are prepared to show you a side of Halloween that you've never seen before! This event is not recommended for small children and there is a free, adult supervised childcare area available on site. It's coming Winter Garden, Are you ready?Panic on Plant Street is presented by Chris & Marla Gideos in partnership with the Winter Garden Masonic Lodge No. 165 and with the kind support of these amazing sponsors: The Sacred Olive, MoonCricket Grille, Melts On Main Street, Victor Russell etc, Sly’s Towing, Winter Garden Pizza Company, Harry and Larrys Barbeque, Scoops Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Store, Cambridge Home IDEAs, The Edgewater Hotel, Pilars, The Attic Door, Chefs Table at the Edgewater & Tasting Room, The Boutique on Plant, Ms. Bee’s Gourmet Popcorn and Candy Shoppe, & The Winter Garden Magazine.

Due to the nature of the maze and the need to control show flow, it is a must to purchase tickets in advance. Last year’s event turned away over 300 guests each night, so be sure to book ahead! Time slots are available every thirty minutes from 7 pm to 10:45 pm on each show night, and tickets may be purchased at https://squareup.com/store/panic-on-plant-street. This show is not recommended for children under 7. and Jiffy pots, but I've heard others advise against it, unless the cells provide a lot of depth for root development. Daylily seedlings have a very long "tap root." I'm sure there are better terms for that but that's what I call it. The best results for me have been to start them in 16 oz white styrofoam cups. I can plant up to 8 seeds in them but I seldom have 8 seeds from one cross germinate at the same time. I rarely mix crosses in the cups, so I could have anywhere from 1 seedling to six as the general rule. (Source: www.houzz.com)

 

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