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Plant Propagation/Seed and plant exchange

In this class we will discuss propagating edible plants from seed, cuttings, layering, grafting and other techniques. The class will be both a general overview and a hands on workshop. Since its a good fit we will also have a seed and plant exchange. Everyone will leaving with several hard to find edible plants with the knowledge of how to propagate them (and other plants) to share with others.

I'll also be sharing the facts about plant genetics to hopefully clarify and eliminate some of the FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt) about GMOs, hybrids, heirlooms, grafts, etc. as they apply to the edible home gardener in Orange county.


If you can help with setup, cleanup, or taking photos, video of the event please let me know by emailing me.

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  • Laurie A.

    Answered my own question :) Will be getting a truckload from Serrano http://serranocreeksoils.com/products
    They have rave reviews on GardenWeb. Still interested in your worms. Thanks.

    1 · February 10, 2014

  • Laurie A.

    Hi Greg! I'm building another large raised bed....Do you know the best way to get a bunch of compost perhaps by the truckload? Do you have any extra wiggler worms and I can pay it forward when they multiply? Thanks for your assistance. I will later post some pics of progress of my edibles I've been growing from this class. Thank YOU!!!

    February 6, 2014

  • D

    This was a GREAT class, with hands-on experience and our organizer/teacher Greg was very generous with plant propagation materials - THANK YOU GREG!!! I am very hopeful that my new Okinawan Spinach and Tree Collard babies will proliferate and become a staple of my diet.

    September 22, 2013

  • Laurie A.

    Absolutely loved loved loved this meetup! Great Information...Thank you for your gifts of seeds, edible succulents, collard tree, lemon ....., and other assorted items!!!!! I will baby my items 'til the roots get strong! Looking so fwd to more great info and future hands on classes. Thank you Greg for all that you do!!!!!!

    1 · September 22, 2013

  • Pamela St. P.

    I liked the hands-on element of the meeting, rather than just lecture. I didn't realize the meetings lasted so long.

    1 · September 22, 2013

  • Sharon Pruss, L.

    Great.

    1 · September 21, 2013

  • Cyndy D.

    Always good information is given. I always leave with more knowledge than I came with.

    1 · September 21, 2013

  • ron

    only basic info on plant proagation/seed
    I AM ALSO 100% AGAINST GMO
    THIS CLASS WAS A SOFT SELL FOR GMO

    September 21, 2013

  • Meg

    Sorry but i had to miss this meetup. pls excuse last minute cancel!

    September 21, 2013

  • Lisa d.

    Lisa

    September 19, 2013

  • ron

    CAN ANYONE CARPOOL FROM ANAHEIM OR GARDEN GROVE OR ORANGE

    1 · September 12, 2013

    • D

      Sure Ron, I'm in Garden Grove. [masked]

      September 15, 2013

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