Native Seed Collection and Propagation (Franklin)

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*Registration is mandatory*

Come along to this workshop in Franklin and get wild about natives! Learn from our expert, Ruth Mollison, about how to propagate native plants using a simple method designed for backyards. The workshop includes growing plants from seeds, as well as how to collect, clean and store your own seeds.

Participants will be taking home roughly 20 propagated seeds for their local Landcare patch*. As this workshop will show you, growing plants for your Landcare site is easy, inexpensive and very satisfying.

* If you are unable to take these plants home, we can make arrangements on the day

 

All materials are provided and the event is free of charge. Just come along and enjoy a hands-on learning experience for novice and experienced Landcarers alike.

 

To see some videos of Ruth in action, follow these links:

Seed Collecting

How to make salt bush cuttings

How to make a herbarium

 

This project received grant funding from the Australian Government’s Communities Environment Program with the support from MP Julie Collins, and from the JM Roberts Charitable Trust through the Tasmanian Landcare Fund.

This event is part of our 2021 Outreach Events Program, leading up to the 2021 Tasmanian Community Landcare Conference in October.

WHEN
April 18, 2021 at 1:30pm - 4pm
CONTACT
Joy Pfleger · · 62347117
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