Tag Archive for: propagation

A Nod For Natives

October 16, 2017 These days I hang out with volunteers of the Washington Native Plant Society (WNPS). I don’t tend to say much. I know my place (right field). These are pleasant knowledgeable folks and I am learning a lot. One member coaxed me to sign up for a native plant propagation class at Oxbox […]

Space To GROW

September 17, 2014 We have plenty of space to grow more plants in the orchard! We could spend a lot of money purchasing all the berry bushes and companion plants we need to fill the tree guilds and planting beds. Instead, we are propagating our own plants, mostly from cuttings and division. New plants, new […]