Okaloosa County Gardening Programs

Methods of Plant Propagation LecturePurple flowers of buddleia attract butterflies

Wednesday, July 19, 10-11am
Okaloosa Extension Annex
127 Hollywood Blvd. NW
Fort Walton Beach, FL

The Okaloosa County Master Gardener Association will offer a free lecture on Plant Propagation by Sheila Dunning, UF/IFAS Commercial Horticulture Agent for Okaloosa County. There will also be a mini plant sale for attendees after the lecture.

New plants can be created from a variety of methods including seeds, divisions, cuttings, grafting, and more. The advantages and disadvantages of the many practices, as well as the techniques required to be successful at plant propagation will be discussed during this program. Helpful material information and beginners’ tips will be shared.

The mini plant sale will feature plants propagated and grown by master gardeners and will include flowering nectar plants for butterflies and hummingbirds and larval host plants for butterflies.

There is no cost to attend but space is limited so registration is required by calling 689-5850.

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