Native Plant Propagation

Start Date
09/10/2018
End Date
10/01/2018
Description
Take an integrated approach to propagating wild plants and master the techniques needed to increase their numbers, taking cues from the natural history of the plants themselves. The lecture/workshop format will give you the skills and confidence to explore a new world of unusual plants beyond the flower garden and garden center. Work with and take home seeds, cuttings and divisions of native plants, combining the tools of horticulture with an understanding of the habits and habitats of the plants that surround us.
Location
Pittsburgh, PA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
8.0
Learning Outcomes
- Learn about how native plants grow and propagate in their natural habitat.
- Learn techniques for propagating these plants in cultivation.
- Practice these techniques through hands-on workshop sessions.
Instructors
Linda Kramer, John Totten
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Course Codes
Provider
Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens


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