Many of the most popular decorative (and practical) landscape plants—shrubs, vines, and fruits—can be propagated by the simple technique of rooting a piece of a “parent” plant. Improve your gardening skills while saving money, by learning simple plant propagation techniques. One source plant – already in your yard or your neighbor’s – can produce hundreds of identical offspring, at little to no cost!
Clone your Favorite Native Plants:
Join Ty Ryen, DCNR Bureau of Forestry Service Forester and Certified Arborist, for this FREE indoor event – a hands-on demonstration with hardwood cuttings, plus tips on timing your cuttings and mixing soil:
This free event
is open to all. The DCNR Cook Forest State Park office has generously donated their conference room for the gardening seminar – the address is 100 PA-36, Cooksburg, PA 16217
, and the google maps code is 8QMR+59 Cooksburg, Farmington Township, PA.