Plants from Plants – propagation workshop
10:30am - 12:00pm, Sunday, 29 May 2022
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At Kings Park Education Centre Fraser Avenue, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia

The living collections at Kings Park are unique and occur nowhere else in the world. The techniques for propagating these plants have been developed over decades to ensure the conservation of some of WA’s most vulnerable species.

The plant propagation workshop is hands on, where you will learn seed sowing techniques and how to grow plants from cuttings. We will cover environmental conditions required for success and equipment needed.

All material will be provided.

BYO pair of pointed blade, clean sharp secateurs.

*Includes a behind the scenes tour of Kings Park propagation facilities

This event is $63.33 per person. Places are limited.
Registrations are open, book through EventBrite.

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