Date: 06/13/20 Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm
The skill of propagating cuttings is something every gardening enthusiast should have in their tool belt. If a few simple guidelines are followed, softwood and semi-ripe cuttings can be very successful. The summer season is the most effective for the propagation of many woody plants. You will learn to clonally propagate plants during the growing season. We will discuss timing of cut, condition of wood, and caring for cuttings during and after the rooting process. Be prepared to be outside.
$15 per person. Registration recommended. Be prepared to be outside.
- Please note, this workshop will take place outside of the classroom environment for up to 1 hour and involves walking 15-30 minutes or more and standing on uneven and unpaved ground. If you would like us to provide seating for you during this time outside, please let us know at least 24 hours in advance of the workshop. Wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility aids are welcome but in some areas may be difficult (unpaved or grassy areas). Please get in touch with us directly if you have concerns or questions about your aid on the unpaved and uneven ground. Email us or call 360-966-5859
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