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Propagating Heirloom Perennials
March 26 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT$3.00
It’s definitely time to start THINKING SPRING!
A presentation on propagating heirloom and deer resistant perennials by John Story, who received his B.S. from Cornell University and has extensive experience and knowledge in many areas of horticulture.
Antique, or heirloom flowers are open-pollinated seed varieties that originated fifty or more years ago. Open-pollinated flowers are fertilized by insects, hummingbirds or wind, and the resulting seeds will produce plants that are identical or very similar to the parent plant.
Refreshments are included.
Cost for Museum members is FREE.
Non-members nominal fee of $3
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