This course will cover propagation methods that can help gardeners multiply a wide variety of plants for little or no money and a minimal investment of time. The focus will be on propagating native plants that serve beneficial roles such as pollinator support, wildlife food and habitat, soil building, hyper accumulation, filtration, and carbon sequestration.
There will be a 1 hour socially-distanced lecture followed by a 45-minute hands-on activity where participants will be able to put the ideas into practice and help propagate various species of plants to vegetate a newly created rain garden. Please bring gloves and clippers.
This program is rescheduled (originally on 10/9) and will now take place on October 23rd from 1:00 - 3:00 P.M.
$10 individual price, $0 solidarity pricing (for those who cannot pay at this time)
Education Center & 4-H Park
300 Finchville Turnpike
Otisville, New York 10963
Last updated October 13, 2021