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|WHEN:||Sunday, January 11, 2015 12 noon to 3:00 PM|
|WHERE:||Ed Roberts Campus, 3075 Adeline Street, in Berkeley located next to the Ashby BART station|
Find the best varieties for growing your own fruit; discover local favorites and near-forgotten heirlooms • Hundreds of varieties of budwood for grafting: apple, pear, quince, plum, peach, nectarine, apricot, cherry, and more • Cuttings to root: grape, fig, pomegranate, kiwi fruit, mulberry, and more • Rootstocks and grafting supplies • Grafting class and demo • Custom and assisted grafting of your selected variety onto a rootstock • Plant drawing; silent auction • Questions answered, secrets revealed, beginners welcome • Bring your list of desired varieties, plastic bags, a pen, and tape to label the scions you take home • $5 admission
NOTE: In consideration of individuals who are sensitive to chemicals in fragrances, the Ed Roberts Campus strives to maintain a fragrance-free environment. Please refrain from using scented products.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
- How to get there
- What is a "Scion Exchange"?
- What Should You Bring?
- How Do You Prepare and Store Scion Wood?
- Making the Best of the Scion Exchange - What to Bring, How to Choose Varieties, What to do with the Scions
- Labels for Scions You Bring to the Exchange
- Other Nearby Scion Exchanges
- Videos Explaining More About Scion Exchanges
- Poster of event (in Adobe PDF format). Please display everywhere.
Still have questions about the exchange? Contact John at (415) 246-8834 or firstname.lastname@example.org Want to volunteer to help at the exchange? Contact Ken or Molly Ong at koonlan at yahoo.com.