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Plant Propagation & Garden Construction

Workshops by Limestone Permaculture
& Allyn River Permaculture

Plant propagation

Plant propagation is the process of creating new plants from a variety of sources: seeds, cuttings, bulbs and other plant parts. Seed saving lets you save plant types & continue growing the varieties that have adjusted & performed in your climate and soil type.

WHERE | Limestone Permaculture – 846 The Bucketts Way, STROUD ROAD NSW 2415
WHEN | Saturday 23 January, 2016
TIME | 9am to 4pm

Garden construction techniques and efficient use of garden tools

Experienced gardeners build all forms of structures to support and protect their precious crops from animals, birds and insects.  This workshop will explain some of these construction techniques and will give you hands on experience constructing a “Walk-in Netted Tunnel”, building a “Raised bed” and much more.

WHERE | Limestone Permaculture – 846 The Bucketts Way, STROUD ROAD NSW 2415
WHEN | Sunday 24 January, 2016
TIME | 9am to 4pm

More informationwww.limestonepermaculture.com & allynriverpermaculture.com.au

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One Comment on “Plant Propagation & Garden Construction”

  1. Hayward February 5, 2016 at 9:24 am #

    Thanks for providing the details of these 2 courses. They both look great, but having struggled with netting trees and plants effectively, the ‘Garden Construction Techniques’ looks like the best option for me!

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