2019 Grow North + Workshop 3 'Propagation'

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Transition Black Isle

18 May 2019, Starts: 10:00, Ends: 13:00

Grow North + 2019    Session 3

'Propagation'

Saturday  18 May   10.00 - 1.00
Beauly Community Garden

Tutor   Sue Mullins

How to take softwood cuttings and their care to become well established.

An overview of seedling care in general.

Input and practical elements in the workshop. You will leave with the cuttings/ seedlings you practise with. 

Sue led a similar workshop a couple of years ago, which was very informative, popular and enjoyable...the topic is being offered again by request. Sue worked for many years at Highland Liliums and is now an independent garden designer/gardener - she comes with a vast amount of knowledge and expertise to share.

Coffee/tea provided.

Dress for weather conditions, likely to be in a polytunnel. Bring garden gloves if you use them.

Cost  by donation (suggest £5-£10) Booking essential   email grownorth@transitionblackisle.org 

Suitable for older children, in the care of an adult. 

 

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