Community Gardening Program September 19th: Plant Propagation

Plant PropagationHave you ever wanted to try nurturing new plants in your garden from existing shoots or cuttings, but don’t know where or how to start? Interested in learning a useful and cost-effective gardening technique? Join us Saturday, September 19th, for a lecture by Carol Hobbs, titled “Create Your Own Landscape from Plants You Propagate!” 

Carol spends a lot of time in her yard creating a beautiful landscape. Although she originally purchased many of her plants, she has become very adept at growing plants from propagation cuttings. Her expertise has proven to be particularly helpful in propagating many of the plants that are available for purchase at the annual Master Gardener Plant Sale, where she has greatly helped increase the variety from which to choose. 

Come learn the basics of how to become proficient in growing your own plants from simple starts, for mass plantings or even as gifts for friends. 

This lecture runs from 10:00-11:00 AM in the library’s large meeting room and is free to the public. Refreshments will be provided.

We hope to see you there!