Montreal Is Having A Huge Cactus & Succulent 'Final Sale' This Month

I think this happens to be the happiest day of my life! Not only did the Pumpkin Spice Latte come back in to our lives, but I have just found out that in this lovely month of September there will be a HUGE final sale on all cacti and succulents since summer and plant season is coming to an end. The sale will be Tuesday, September 12th and Wednesday, September 13th starting at 5PM! You can bet that I, the self-proclaimed cactus whisperer, will 514% BE THERE. 🌵🌵🌵

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The event is hosted by UQAM at Hubert-Aquin Pavilion right next to Berri metro. This is every Montrealer's LAST chance to pick up some adobrale  cacti and succulents! 😲😲😲 PLUSSSSSS the prices are ridiculously low 😍😍😍! I mean it doesn't get much better than that!

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Be sure to check out their FB event HERE for more information on the event and on how to save that cash💸💸💸 while decorating your home to look A1 for fall and winter!👌👌👌

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Cactus 2.5 inches: $ 5
Succulents 2.5 inches: $ 5
Cactus 4 inches: $ 8
Succulents 4 inches: $ 8
Cactus Garden: $ 15
Garden of succulents: $ 15

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Gardens for dayyyyyysssss 🤤🤤🤤

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That aesthetic thooooooo🔥🔥🔥👇👇👇

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