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Monthly Propagation Sunday

  • Aug 17, 2014 · 3:00 PM
  • Marianne's

The plan is to propagate herbs - cuttings, division, layering and so forth. Discussion on different uses. Also, starting Nitrogen fixers and why we want them in our gardens, orchards, food forests. living ground covers and mulch plants.

Bring cuttings, divisions, seeds to share if you have it. Bags or other containers to keep your cuttings moist on the way home. As always, we have pots and grow medium here. If you take advantage of this, please leave a donation.

If you are an expert on herbs in general or a specific one and would like to present, let me know and let me know how much time you would like.

Meeting are the 3rd Sunday of the month starting at 3pm. We will present and practice different propagation techniques throughout the year, including grafting, air layering, starting plants from seed, cuttings and so forth. More details about each meeting are announced closer to the date.
We always like to share refreshments, so, bring what you got. Donations are highly appreciated to cover cost of materials we purchase, such as seeds, potting soil, printing of handouts and so forth.

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  • Marianne W.

    come over to Facebook and check out the video clips. While you are at it, like our page - and tell your friends :)

    August 19, 2014

  • Rosanne R.

    Good information and thank u so much for sharing your plants

    August 18, 2014

  • Anne

    You'll enjoy the propagation classes. Each month is something different and you'll learn so much. The apple trees that my husband and I grafted earlier this year are all doing well and we'll be planting them next year. Some classes you come away with cuttings or starts or seeds and other classes are for watching/demos, but you'll always come away with something useful.

    August 11, 2014

    • Ben K.

      anne if you want to bring cassia seed pods, I have them. i won't be making this meetup though...stop by if you want.

      August 16, 2014

  • Ben K.

    I've got Cassia Seed pods available! I won't be making it so if someone wants to stop by my place and grab them please do it! Thanks....Anne or Robert maybe?

    August 16, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Must find a way to record these for those who cannot make it...

    1 · August 12, 2014

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