Plant Cloning Workshop at Machine Project Today

In case you're wondering, this is a Mother of Thousands plant. It's a type of Kalanchoe. You're welcome.

Today, Saturday May 8, Machine Project and CRITTER Salon will be hosting a plant cloning workshop entitled Clone-Home from 3:00 to 5:00 pm.

CRITTER presents Clone-Home, an afternoon open house for multiplying plants. Come with a few cuttings of your favorite plant(s) to share and trade with others. If you’re new to the world of cutting and growing, come ready to start your own little plantlets with a variety of cloning methods that will be demonstrated throughout the afternoon. No experience or green-thumb required.

Clone-Home will feature Denise King from the Exploratorium, Philip Ross and other growers from plant societies and local businesses. Clone-Home will host a wide spectrum of plant cloning, ranging from simple do-it-yourself methods to more complex recipes for making many from one, as well as music to clone plants by featuring machine’s sometime house band ing.

Enjoy some fresh herbal tea, mingle with fellow plant fans, and learn how to make your own home a little bit greener with your new buddies.

The workshop is FREE, and there is no RSVP required. Machine Project is located at 1200 N. Alvarado Street.

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