North Carolina Botanical Garden
Course

Dormant-Season Vegetative Propagation

with Matt Gocke, NCBG Nursery/Greenhouse Manager

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Date: Saturday, December 1

Time: 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Fee: $32 ($29 Members)

 

Learn the fundamentals of vegetative propagation and how to propagate woody plants through stem cuttings during the dormant season (November through February). We'll focus on low-tech methods you can apply at home, emphasizing plants native to the southeastern United States. The workshop will take place in the classroom and the NCBG nursery.

 

This class can serve as a great accompaniment to our Native Plant Propagation workshop, but you don't need to have taken Native Plant Propagation to participate - there are no prerequisites. 


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Remaining Seats: 1

Note: Preregistration is required | Registration open through 12/1/2018 9:30 AM EST | Refund Policy


About the Instructor

A resident of Durham, NC, Matt Gocke is the nursery and greenhouse manager at the North Carolina Botanical Garden. His responsibilities at the Garden include seed and vegetative propagation of southeastern US native plants for use in the NCBG habitats and landscapes and for sale to the general public. Prior to his work at NCBG, Matt landscaped and was a Master's student and staff member at the NC State University Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources. His research focus was developing rooting protocol for stem cuttings of native tree species including pine, sweetgum and a variety of oak species.



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Location

Joslin Classroom II (C107)

100 Old Mason Farm Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27517

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