Every single plant you see can be propagated in some way for free.
Learn the essential principles that you can use to successfully grow the plants you are passionate about. You will have a garden or windowsill full of plants without spending a cent!Learn the basics of propagating,; the anatomy of plants, the different methods to propagate your plants, types of propagation media and some of the unusual ways to get plants for free!
Take Home a tray of your own propagated plant and wear clothes you’re happy to get dirty in.
Duration: 2 Hours
- Methods to propagate plants for free
- Successfully growing the plants you are passionate about
- Propagating basics and the anatomy of plants
- Take home a tray of your own propagated plant.
- Bring a hat.
Wear clothes you’re happy to get dirty in and comfortable shoes.
Vendor sincce 2016
Backyard Network is a synergetic enterprise. It functions by channelling the products and side effects of one activity into each of the others. For example, wood scraps and sawdust produced in carpentry are composted along with food scraps from the local community; chickens scratch and manure the scraps, producing eggs and rich, dark compost which are made available to the public and used to grow plants onsite.
The space is also a second-hand resource centre in which you can drop off things you no longer need and pick up things you do. It is also available as a community-building event venue, hosting a range of events, films and gatherings focused on generating healthy gardens and ecologies, fostering creativity, growing community, and developing your capacity to care for living things.
We live in an abundant world. We may not necessarily be abundant in the things we need; but if we are producing lots of something in particular – a plant, healthy produce, a resource like glass or wood, we can share them around in exchange for things we do need, and everyone’s lives increase in quality as a result.