Bull City Gardener Series-Live- Problem Solving and Propagation: Air Layering
Tuesday May 17th, 10-11 am or Sunday May 22nd, 2-3 pm
Briggs Ave. Community Garden
Learn to identify and treat common vegetable gardens problems, and even how you can prevent some before they get out of hand. Bring samples and stories from your own garden and learn how to handle whatever’s bugging you. For the second half, learn how to propagate plants by air layering, one of the most exotic and ancient forms of propagation. It uses the same principles as pinning a low branch to the ground, only with air layering, you bring the ground to the branch. It’s a good technique to use with trees and shrubs whose branches don’t bend down.
Two identical sessions of this class are available. Click below to register. REGISTRATION REQUIRED. https://durham.ces.ncsu.edu/garden-problem-solving-and-propagation-air-layering/
Durham Garden Forum: The Perkins Orchard Experience
May 17th, 7-8:30 pm via Zoom
“The Perkins Orchard Experience: since 1970” with Donovan Alexander “Alex” Watson, owner, Perkins Orchard. There are good reasons why Perkins Orchard is the largest and oldest produce market in Durham. For 51 years Perkins Orchard has been committed to high-quality service and products for the benefit of all in Durham. Please join us to learn about Perkins Orchard and their farming techniques.
We would like to continue increasing our membership and are asking your continued help to spread the word about the Durham Garden Forum to your neighbors and friends. Those who are interested in attending and/or joining can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and they will be sent a membership form. A Zoom registration link for this program will be sent out about one week before the scheduled presentation. If you plan to attend this program, you must register using the Zoom registration link. After registering, you will receive a join meeting link.