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Learn to make more plants at this Fall Propagation of Native Perennials class. Oct 19 6pm

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ZOOM CLASS: Make More Plants! Fall Propagation of Native Perennials

  • Tuesday, October 19, 2021, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

DID YOU MISS THE CLASS? PURCHASE A RECORDING OF THE ZOOM CLASS HERE: https://ccetompkins.mahaplatform.com/events/mmpnative102021video

Join us for this first session of our Make More Plants! Series

Fall Propagation of Native Perennials

For many of our native plants, fall is the time to propagate for a successful flowering next year. Dan Segal, of The Plantsmen Nursery, will teach us his favorite techniques for making more native plants.

Our Instructor, Dan Segal, has owned The Plantsmen nursery with his wife Sarah since 2006. Dan has worked with native plants for over 20 years, in California, the Mid-Atlantic, and New York. His areas of expertise include ecological restoration, residential landscaping, plant propagation, plant bio-geography, and the study of native plant communities. His experience collecting and propagating over 1000 species of plants is a big part of what makes The Plantsmen Nursery unique among other nurseries and landscape companies.

About the Make More Plants! Series

The world is abundant if we acknowledge the rhythms of nature and tap into how our favorite plants prefer to reproduce.  This new class series will teach you the science and the skills to multiply the plants in your garden and share plants with family, friends, and neighbors.  Each class will cover a different kind of propagation technique or will cover particular plants. From growing simple seeds to complex grafting, please join us to learn how to be part of the abundance of nature.


Class Recording: All classes are recorded. All registrants who sign up before the class starts, regardless of payment level, will receive a free video recording of the class. For all others, you can purchase the video of the class here: https://ccetompkins.mahaplatform.com/events/mmpnative102021video

We are committed to making all the classes in our Horticulture Program financially accessible, so have moved to a pay-what-you-can model. Our classes are valued at $20. If you can afford to pay $20 or more, you are helping make these classes available to folks who cannot afford the full price. All registrants, regardless of payment level, will receive a video recording of the class.

Fee

$0-$40/sliding scale, pay what you can afford for the live class, $3-$40 for the recording

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Last updated October 26, 2021