Starting Native Plants from Seeds in Milk Jugs. January may be the middle of winter, but it is the time for you to think spring when starting seeds of native plants. There is a little twist though! You will be starting seeds in old milk jugs outside right now.
Native plant seeds need to experience winter before the seeds will germinate. Larry Scheunemann will show you this simple way to grow lots of native plants with minimal work. You will be amazed at how successful this technique is and that nature does the work outside. Larry had nearly 100% germination of 30 different plants last year. You will save lots of money and have fun at the same time.
Date: Saturday, January 27, 2018
Time: 10 – 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $7 general admission, $5 RBG Members; this event includes printed and note taking materials (where applicable), you will have access to Rotary Botanical Gardens’ grounds, and light refreshments. You may purchase tickets to this event at the door, or online, in advance. If you are interested in Membership perks, such as discounted rates, Click here!
Deadline to Register: No registration necessary!
Please note: Refunds are not available for this program. If you paid in advance and are unable to attend, you are encouraged to send someone in your place. Carry-ins are not allowed, this includes alcohol. Those under 16 must be accompanied by an adult, who is also required to purchase a ticket.
Questions? For more information or if you require special accommodations, please contact Hayley at 608-314-8411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org