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US (TX): Plant propagation topic of Sept. 13 program in Schertz
The garden is located behind the Guadalupe County Tax Office Building, 1101 Elbel St.in Schertz.
The presenter will be Kathy Carroll, a Guadalupe County Master Gardener for six years and a propagation specialist for the Master Gardener organization, a volunteer horticulture program of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
“Since this class is held in the fall, we will be discussing division and seed planting with hands-on fun,” Carroll said. “I also want to invite learners to bring their own plants so we can work on the best means for propagation for them.”
The cost is $10, payable by cash or personal check at the door.
For more information, contact Guadalupe County Master Gardener publicity coordinator Dave Elder at 210-833-1428 or firstname.lastname@example.org and visit today.agrilife.org
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