Making More of a Good Thing: Propagation of Native Plants

Dr. Randi Eckel, owner of Toadshade Wildflower Farm, will discuss the importance of native plants in your garden and propagation techniques. ludes slide presentation and hands-on workshop on planting 6 different wildflowers.  Wednesday, February 25th at 6:30 pm, Wethersfield Academy for the Arts.

Lecture only: $5 (non-member); Free (member); Lecture and Workshop: $15 (non-member); $10 (member). Materials fee extra. For information: www.wethersfieldarts.org, info@wethersfieldarts.org or 860-436-9857.

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