Thursday May 27th
10:30AM – 12:00PM
How to Propagate Your Own Plants
This workshop that can be very hands-on or enjoyed as a lecture without participation. Propagating is a beautiful form of recycling. You can create an ever-expanding garden without buying new plants. The method can be used for trees, bushes, and plants. I have been propagating my own plants for at least 20 years at three different homes. I often ask friends and neighbors for a cutting from a beautiful bush or tree and I love how my friends are represented in my garden. I will demonstrate how, when and where to take cuttings. I will exhibit the materials needed and provide a list in advance if participants want to ready to get their hands dirty.
Class capacity: 50
Instructor Bio: Susan Stevens teaches in Mexico, at Rancho la Puerta, and at OLLI and The Philadelphia School. No matter the age or background, students all learn new techniques and enjoy Susan’s helpful hints and tips. Her professional career was in communications. She was the director of communications at the Chicago Architecture Foundation and has a BS from Syracuse University.
Note: This class is designed for non OLLI members to experience a typical OLLI class and hear more about OLLI at Temple. OLLI members may also sign up and pay the fee.