May 25, 2024

Make Your Own Milk Jug Greenhouse to Start Native Seeds Workshop

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If you’ve been wondering how to get started with growing native plants from seed, then attend this workshop offered by The Seekonk Land Conservation Trust and Rehoboth Land Trust! Native plant seeds normally experience a cold winter which we can simulate in the safety of a repurposed milk jug left outside. As the seasons change, the seeds germinate on their natural schedule, you transplant them into seedling flats, then into larger pots until you’re ready to plant them in your yard!

Using the greenhouse space at Osamequin Farm in Seekonk, participants will first learn about native plants via a presentation, then create their own milk jug greenhouse planted with 2 different species of seeds. This program is scheduled from 1:00 -3:00 pm on January 20, 2024 with a January 27th snowdate. The program fee is $30. BYOMJ – Bring your own milk jug or translucent gallon container without a lid.

Further workshop details and registration information will appear in the January Reporter and on the Rehoboth Land Trust website, www.rehobothlandtrust.net.  Questions? Email info@rehobothlandtrust.org  or call Carol Entin at 508-415-6065.

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