Learn the basics of plant propagation at Volcano Art Center! Join instructor Zach Mermel for Ecological Land Care: Plant Propagation which is the third module of five! The workshop will be held Saturday, March 5, from 9am – 2pm with a break for lunch. Course fees are $40/$30 for VAC members and plus a $15 materials fee.
This course includes information on varietal selection, scion-wood cutting, propagation tools, rooting-out environment, and other methods for rapidly expanding the plant biodiversity for your garden, homestead, or farm.
Root cuttings, air layering, and other methods of plant propagation are centuries-old ways of preserving and reproducing the most valuable varieties of cultivated plants.
Participants will be able to take home a wide range of beautiful, useful plants. A handout of practical readings and resources for further learning is also included!
How akamai are you about environmentally friendly landscaping and gardening? Would you like to learn how to transform your lanai and lawn into edible and multifunctional plants? Have you ever considered methods for rapidly expanding the plant biodiversity for your garden? Where do your pollinator partners flourish? If you’re saying, “yes, yes and (well) I have no idea!” then consider signing up for the Ecological Land Care series at Volcano Art Center.
To learn more and to register for the workshop contact Volcano Art Center at 808-967-8222