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Early Succession Planting and Taking Softwood Cuttings

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Lettuce

Image credit: Jeremy Keith, Flickr CC BY – 2.0

With a little bit of planning you can grow and harvest veggies all year long. Learn which plants to begin the year with, and what to plant at the end of the summer for fall and early winter harvest.

Looking to up your propagation game? In the second half of class, learn to grow new plants from cuttings of spring growth. Demo will include the equipment and supplies needed to set up a simple home system and how to take and prepare cuttings.

Join the Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Durham County and Ashley Troth (Extension Horticulture Agent) to learn gardening tricks and tips at the Briggs Avenue Community Garden. Sessions will be led by Kathryn Hamilton and Sara Smith, Extension Master Gardener Volunteers of Durham County.

Two identical sessions of this class are available. Click below to register. REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Class will be held at Briggs Ave. Community Garden.

Parking is available along the street, and please bring your own chair. There is a limit of ten people per class.

Masks and social distancing are required until further notice.

This class is part of the Bull City Gardener Learning Series and is open to everyone.