Native Seed Collection Workshop – Adkins Arboretum

Native Seed Collection Workshop

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Location:  Adkins Arboretum

Date:  9/30/2016
Time:  10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Hike to plant communities within the Arboretum for field identification and seed collection, then work on post-harvest handling at the Native Plant Nursery. Learn about sustainable harvest, processing, storage, propagation preparation, and the Native Plant Propagation Research program underway at the Arboretum. Seeds harvested will be cleaned by the group. Some will be sown immediately, while others will be stored for future phases of the research project. Please be prepared for hiking, and bring water bottle and a bagged lunch.

Register through the Adkins Arboretum website.

Native Seed Collection & Post-Harvest Handling – Adkins Arboretum

Native Seed Collection & Post-Harvest Handling

Location:  Adkins Arboretum
Date:  10/3/2015
Time:  10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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Join horticulturist Leslie Hunter Cario as she shares her expertise in growing native plants from seed. Discover the basics of collecting, processing, storing, and preparing seeds for propagation as well as sustainable harvest considerations. First time and repeat participants will enjoy hiking to different plant communities within the Arboretum for field identification and seed collection. Following the field activities, participants will work on post-harvest handling at the Arboretum’s Native Plant Nursery.  Seeds harvested will be shared by program participants for their own gardens and the Native Plant Nursery to supplement its future production projects. Please bring a bagged lunch and dress for the weather.

Native Seed Collection & Post-Harvest Handling – Adkins Arboretum

Native Seed Collection & Post-Harvest Handling

Native Seed Collection & Post-Harvest Handling

Location:  Adkins Arboretum
Date:  10/4/2014
Time:  10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Join horticulturist Leslie Hunter Cario, as she shares her expertise in growing native plants from seed. Discover the basics of collecting, processing, storing, and preparing seeds for propagation as well as sustainable harvest considerations.   This is a hands-on workshop, so please dress for the weather and plan to hike to various nearby plant communities within the Arboretum for field identification and seed collection. Following the field activities, participants will work on post-harvest handling at the Arboretum’s Native Plant Nursery.  Seeds harvested will be shared by program participants for their own gardens and the Native Plant Nursery to supplement its future production projects.  Please bring a bagged lunch.