Past Events

Gardener's Workshop on Grafting Trees

Date: July 13, 2014 01:00 pm to 03:00 pm

Gardener's Workshop on Grafting

Place- Railway and Forestry Museum Orchard

Cost- $25

Did you know most fruit trees do not grow true from seed? In order to maintain a variety, a scion must be taken from one tree and grafted to a separate rootstock. This was common knowledge at one time and everyone for thousands of years knew how to do it. Grafting was used to change the variety of a tree, add more than one variety to a single tree or to fix damage caused by rodents.

Come on out and learn this fascinating art with garden expert Clay Whitney. You will be supplied with your own rootstock and choice of scions to create your own tree to take home.

All you need to bring is a thick glove to protect yourself from cuts and a sharp pocket knife. A Swiss Army type works best but anything sharp will work.

Please email Clay at or call 778-349-3711 to confirm your attendance.

Thank you.