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YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO PLANT NATIVE PLANTS in your yard or garden or prairie! Visit native plant sales at botanical gardens,…

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Texas Conservation Partnership Landowner Workshop Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Rio Vista Civic Center Sponsored by Texas…

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Tuesday, beginning at 6:30 p.m. “Prairies of North Central Texas” Jason Singhurst (This meeting was rescheduled from our usual 2nd Tuesday of each month.) …

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April 24, 2017 - Wimberley, TX

“Propagating Native Plants From Seed,”

Alice LeDuc, Ph.D. Botany

6:00 pm - Social;  6:30 pm - Chapter Meeting

Oldham - Cummins VFW Post 6641

Presention by Alice LeDuc, Ph.D. Botany, Adjunct Professor, Texas State University:
Alice brings 16 years of teaching and research at 6 universities along with 24 years experience in public horticulture in gardens from Norfolk to Zilker.
Discussing seed dormancy and non-dormancy she will tell us how you can artificially break dormancy to get the seed to germinate.
We will also talk about how to put scarification and stratification to work for you; of special interest right now will be discussing Texas Milkweed propagation for Monarchs.

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