Fruit Tree Grafting Workshop
Venice Learning Garden gardenmaster and UCLA Extension grafting instructor David King teaches you budding, a summertime approach to fruit tree grafting, in our skill-building workshop this Saturday, June 8, at Strub Avenue Farm.
Lunch included, 12pm. Farm fresh ingredients.
Bring seeds to swap!
This workshop focuses on budding, a summertime approach to fruit tree grafting. Learn to bud:
- Stone fruit
Bring your own tree in a pot to graft, or diversify the fruit trees on site at Strub Avenue Farm.
Saturday, June 8
Strub Avenue Farm
$40 at the door
Farm lunch included, 12p-1p
A project of the Whittier Time Bank and Whittier Backyard Farms.
Questions? Call Megan at (562) 457-0450
Bring: Very sharp garden knife, preferably a grafting or budding knife (for a sample selection of task-specific garden knives, see http://www.gardentoolcompany.com/garden-knives)
Also recommended: Leather garden gloves, work clothes, sunscreen, hat
Horticulturalist David King is the gardenmaster of The Learning Garden in Venice, CA, author of the LA Garden Blog www.lagardenblog.com, and chairs the Seed Library of Los Angeles. He teaches fruit tree grafting through UCLA Extension.
Fruit Tree Grafting Workshop is a part of the Build-Your-Skills workshop series curated by the Whittier Time Bank in support of community self-reliance.
Join our mailing list: http://eepurl.com/mn30T
Strub Avenue Farm (View)
8826 Strub Avenue
Whittier, CA 90605
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|