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🌱 Native Plant Propagation Workshop: Learn to Grow Natives from Seed and Cuttings!


at Community Roots Garden

1801 Joliet Place off of W. Gonzales Road in Oxnard

📅 Two-Part Class Schedule:


Sept 9th:


  • Spanish Class: 10am - 11am

  • English Class: 11am - 12pm

Sept 23rd:


  • Spanish Class: 10am - 11am

  • English Class: 11am - 12pm

📍 Location: Community Roots Garden, Oxnard


Join us for an engaging, hands-on training session that will equip you with the skills to sow native seeds, transplant young seedlings, and nurture native cuttings!


🌿 What You'll Learn: 

In this two-part workshop series, you'll discover:


  • Cleaning and sowing native seeds

  • Properly transplanting young native plant seedlings with suitable soils and fertilizers

  • Taking, preparing, and sticking/nurturing native plant cuttings

  • Transplanting rooted cuttings using the right soils and fertilizers


👐 Hands-On Experience: 

During the workshops, you'll have the chance to:


  • Prepare cuttings

  • Shift rooted cuttings into larger pots

  • Transfer seedlings from trays into individual containers


A select group will even have the opportunity to clean and sow seeds. Plus, you can take home various seeds, seedlings, and cuttings to cultivate in your own garden!


☀️ Event Details: 

This outdoors event will be held at the Community Roots Garden in Oxnard. Most of the session will take place in sunlight. Participants should expect to stand for the entire 60-minute duration and should be prepared for varying levels of sun exposure.


👕 What to Wear/Bring: 

Please wear comfortable outdoor attire, and don't forget to bring:


  • Reusable water bottle

  • Sunscreen

  • Sun hat


🆓 Free and Informative: Don't miss this chance to learn the secrets of native plant propagation. This 60-minute hands-on training is completely free! Join us at the Community Roots Garden in Oxnard at 1801 Joliet Place off of W. Gonzales Road to enrich your gardening skills and contribute to local biodiversity.


For more information and to secure your spot, visit our event page or contact us directly.

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