If you’re an avid gardener, you may have encountered the term “plant propagation” and understand that this is a technique of creating new plants from existing plants. But if you are scratching your head with curiosity about this technical term, this program is the right place to learn more.
Join one of the expert gardeners from Fleet Farming for Plant Propagation 101, a class designed to help you learn the basics of propagating plants by cutting, dividing, grafting, and other propagation means.
The Fleet Farming gardener will answer questions and explain ways you can apply this technique for a flourishing bed of vegetables and flowers.
Program Notes: Attendees should bring a notebook and pen for note-taking.
This program is presented by Caroline Chomanics and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
Please note: As of August 2023, when you register via Eventbrite for community education programs at the Center for Health & Wellbeing, you are now required to accept our Waiver and Release as part of the Eventbrite checkout process. Visit YourHealthandWellbeing.org/waiverandrelease for more details.
About the Presenter:
Fleet Farming is a non-profit urban agriculture program of IDEAS For Us that transforms the average American lawn into a bio-verse, productive micro farms and edible gardens. Our mission is to empower all generations to grow food to increase local food accessibility. Our vision is to create localized food systems that bring communities together towards a healthier, more connected world in harmony with people and planet. We accomplish this by converting underutilized lawn space into productive localized edible gardens or micro farms. Our program works to provide edible landscaping to schools, community centers and affordable housing units. We also serve businesses and individuals through our community farming initiative and Edible Landscapes garden installation service. Together, we are changing the cycle of food. Learn more about Fleet Farming at www.FleetFarming.org.