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Plant Propagation


HOME (DIY) & GARDENING, NATURE & ANIMALS -
Winter/Spring 2024

This practical workshop offers a broad overview of many different types of vegetative (asexual) plant propagation; crown division, root cuttings, scaling, tip layering, softwood and hardwood cuttings. We will discuss which techniques work best for different species and genera. Come learn how to make more grape, currant, hardy kiwi, mulberry, quince, fig, blueberry, honeyberry, seaberry, blackberry, raspberry, strawberry, chive, horseradish, mint, lemon balm, comfrey, daylily, true lily, rhubarb, asparagus, sunchoke, rosemary, lavender, oregano, thyme, and many more. 

Participants will practice some of these techniques and take home plants in this workshop.

This class will meet inside CVU. 

Jacob Holzberg-Pill

Jacob Holzberg-Pill’s work as an educator has centered on agroecology, nature connection and holistic land stewardship. Jacob holds a M.F. in Ecosystem Management from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a M.Ed. in Ecology and Mentoring from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Jacob recently joined UVM Extension 4H as an Educator. He loves growing and harvesting and eating fruits, nuts and berries and growing and planting native trees, shrubs, and flowers.

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  Jacob Holzberg-Pill


Champlain Valley Union High School : 120
Wednesday, Mar 20
6:00 - 8:00 PM

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$ 25.00
Per Person