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Organic Propagation of Vegetables and Herbs with Therese Scales


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Organic Propagation of Vegetables and Herbs with Therese Scales

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Description

From sharing zucchini seeds over the fence with a neighbour to taking a cutting from a friend's thriving rosemary bush, propagating your own herbs and vegetables is easy, inexpensive and so very satisfying. Learn the basics of how to produce new plants from seed, cuttings and division in organic growing conditions in this hands-on workshop. Horticulturalist Therese Scales will take the class through seasonal timing for growth, heirloom and hybrid seeds, and propagation media using practical examples inside the CERES hothouses. Participants can take home any plants they have propagated on the day.

CERES members will receive a 10% discount by entering the discount code 'ceresmember' under the promotion and gifts code field.

*Please note that the CERES member or concession discount does not apply to "Bring-A-Friend" tickets which are already discounted

Trainer Bio:

Therese Scales is a Horticulture teacher at CERES. She has been a Horticulture teacher for eight years. She has a keen interest in backyard growing and sharing her knowledge.

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Class Schedule

This workshop runs from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM

What you will learn
  • Improve your gardening skills
  • How to produce new plants from seeds, cuttings and division
  • Seasonal timing for growth

What to bring
  • Note pad and pen
  • Anything you would like to propagate
  • Empty egg cartons
What to wear

Comfortable, weather-appropriate clothing and sturdy footwear

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02 September 2016 • Organic Propagation of Vegetables and Herbs with...

The class was very enjoyable and I learnt a lot. Since then a few of my cuttings have died, so it would be great to have a follow up class to understand why this happened and how it can be mitigated.