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Introduction to Propagation Methods

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August 14 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Introduction to Propagation Methods

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Date:
August 14
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Venue

Atlanta Botanical Garden
1345 Piedmont Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
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Join us for an engaging workshop where you’ll learn the fundamentals of plant propagation and unleash your green thumb potential! Whether you’re a novice or a gardening enthusiast, this workshop offers hands-on experience and expert guidance to help you master the art of creating new plants from existing ones.

Workshop Highlights:

  1. Introduction to Propagation Methods: Explore various propagation techniques including seed sowing, stem cutting, division, and more. Understand the principles behind each method and how to choose the right one for different plant species.
  2. Hands-on Sessions: Get practical experience with supervised propagation activities. Learn how to prepare cuttings, sow seeds, handle plant divisions, and create optimal growing conditions.
  3. Propagation Materials and Tools: Discover essential tools and materials needed for successful propagation. From rooting hormones to potting mixtures, and gain understanding on how to use them effectively.
  4. Plant Care Tips: Receive expert tips on nurturing young plants through their initial growth stages. Understand the importance of light, temperature, humidity, and watering for healthy propagation.
  5. Q&A Session: Engage with our knowledgeable instructor to get your questions answered, and troubleshoot common propagation challenges.
  6. Included Materials: Seed Starting Medium, Two Varieties of Rooting Hormone, Hand Pruning Shears, 4” Recycled Paper Pots, Plant Labeling Tags, and Compostable Bags

Who Should Attend:

  • Gardening enthusiasts looking to expand their skills
  • Beginners interested in learning the basics of plant propagation
  • Anyone passionate about sustainable gardening practices

What to Bring:

  • Personal plant material from your garden that you would like to propagate and grow more of.
  • Your enthusiasm for plants and gardening!

Don’t miss this opportunity to grow your plant knowledge and take home new skills to enrich your gardening journey!

Date: Wednesday, August 14 

Time: 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Cost: $40 ($35 Member)

Registration Deadline: August 12 

Instructor: Eric Mack, The Kai Garden

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