Wild Ones Twin Cities
We invite you to register and attend one of our upcoming Bare Root Study and Demonstration Clinics. Cn additional to learning how to bare root plants, clinics will cover Jumping Worm identification, early assessment and how to prevent introducing this invasive species to your garden. All events will be at the home of instructor, Julia Vanatta, unless otherwise noted.
Participants are asked to bring one or two plants from your garden to practice on*. Remove only excess soil, transport plants in a large container, such as a 5 gallon pail or large storage tub. We'll finish removing the soil from roots as part of the workshop. Any plants you bring must be completely contained when you arrive so as not to spill any soil. If you think you may have live worms, use a container with a tight lid.
If you do not have any plants to bring, no worries. we'll have extras. We prefer native plants but also are happy to work with any plant that you have from your garden.
You will receive an email from [email protected] with additional instructions a prior to the clinic.
Each clinic is limited to 6 persons, will follow current outdoor protocols for masks and social distancing. Date will be cancelled in the event of severe weather or if no onw has registered with 48 hours prior to scheduled clinic. A text or voice mail message may be sent if cancellation is on short notice.
Please note: Your name will appear on the Sign Up and is visible to others, your email remains private. You may use first and last initial or a pen name if you prefer. Thank you.
|| Julia Vanatta