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Introduction to Propagation - Weds 17th April

Date
Wednesday 17 April 2024
Time
10:00am - 3:00pm
Region
Midlands
Tags
Gardening and growing Money saving
Book your place by Wednesday, 3rd of April to take advantage of our early bird offers!
In this one-day workshop, Heritage Seed Library horticulturalist Marcin Salnikow will share his passion for organic plant propagation – showing you how to grow new plants, or create more of your favourites, with very little outlay.

What you will learn

  • What is propagation?
  • Different organic methods and techniques.
  • Successful seedling aftercare.

Session overview

Growing your own plants from seeds or creating new plants from cuttings, division, grafting or layering is hugely satisfying – and cost effective. Propagation expert Marcin will talk your through the main methods and techniques, how to collect material for propagation, the best environment for raising young plants, and aftercare. By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to take these techniques into your own growing space so you can create bountiful homegrown, organic plants.

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Session leader: Marcin Salnikow

Marcin started gardening with his grandparents in Poland. He studied technical horticulture there before moving to the UK, where he continued his studies with the RHS and Best in Horticulture. He has been gardening professionally since 2015 and first came to Garden Organic as a volunteer before becoming part of the gardening team in 2017. He is now Lead Horticulturalist at the Heritage Seed Library, overseeing seed production from planning through growing to harvest. He has a passion for all things propagation, from seeds to cuttings but his speciality is grafting.

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It was very enjoyable and I will enjoy practicing propagation!

— Workshop Attendee

Workshop prices

Member & Non Member
Member Early bird - £55 Member Standard - £60
Non Member Early bird - £60 Non Member Standard - £70

Our face-to-face workshops

Our hands-on workshops are based at our organic demonstration garden in Ryton, near Coventry, and offer in-depth techniques and advice. There is a relaxed and informal approach with plenty of opportunity for discussion and a blend of practical outdoor and classroom-based activities. Refreshments and light lunch are included. Supplementary resources are supplied at or following the session. Please bring waterproof shoes and suitable outdoor clothing, secateurs (we can provide if not) and notebook and pencil.

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