Native Plant Propagation – Thursday Night Nature (Oct. 28)

Start
Thursday, October 28 7:00 pm
End
Thursday, October 28 8:00 pm

$15.00

This introductory lecture into plant propagation discusses traditional methods, provides a brief summary of modern tissue culture techniques and, additionally, looks into the world of fern propagation. The advantages and disadvantages of sexual vs asexual reproductive methods will be covered, and presenter Hubert Ling, Ph.D, will give you low cost tips on saving time and energy to procure as many plants as you can fit into your growing space.

Hubert Ling, Ph.D., has been excited about nature starting since his youth when he had to pass a test to go to a nature camp. His interest led him to study biology and focus on microbiology, mycology, botany and general biology with many publications. Now retired from academia, Ling is the current sitting president and a former board member of the Native Plant Society of New Jersey. An avid native plant gardener, he has shared his expertise as consultant, speaker, and field trip leader for various organizations and is a monthly contributing writer for the “Gardener News”.

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