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Monthly Propagation Sunday

  • Dec 21, 2014 · 1:00 PM
  • Marianne's

If you have newspaper, toilet paper and paper towel roles, six-pack holders - please bring....

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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  • A former member
    A former member

    one of the more bizarre experiences lately- Announced at three, started at 1, program- sit down and fold newspaper around wine bottles. Ask me a question if you want. Chickens didn't look too healthy. Perhaps next time will be better.

    December 21, 2014

    • Marianne W.

      An experience is what we make it. There were several different activities going on, including filling of those pots, planting grapes and fig cuttings of various varieties, potting up vegetable starts and more. You also had access and could have made a connection with a well known and highly respected fruit grower who has developed several commercially available fruit cultivars. Everybody who wanted went home with several new plants, refreshments were to be had and shared and the list goes on. starting time: it was changed on the meet up site, 2 emails went out - if you elect not to receive emails from meet up, please check on the day of the event if there were any changes.

      December 23, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    My wife Marguerite is coming with me. I just garden in the winter, so this is great timing for me.

    December 20, 2014

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