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Houseplant Propagation Station Workshop

March 9 @ 10:00 am 12:00 pm

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Join a TBG Seasonal Horticulturist to get your hands dirty by propagating/dividing different tropical species!

In this workshop, you will learn how to cut your plants! Exciting, right? You’ll have the chance to get your hands dirty by propagating/dividing different tropical species. Learn the basics of monitoring root health by inspecting plant cuttings at different stages of growth. Learn about the importance of various growing mediums. Participants will break into groups and work together. You will have the chance to take cuttings home and we hope that you’ll keep us posted on their progress! All materials will be provided.

NOTE: All skill levels are welcome. Bring your own gardening or latex gloves if needed.

Saturday, March 9, 10 to 12 noon

Members $45, Public $55 (plus applicable taxes and fees)

About Sasan Beni

Sasan Beni is a writer turned Horticulturist. He graduated with a diploma in Environmental Landscape Management from Seneca College in King City, worked for the Toronto Zoo as a seasonal gardener, and joined TBG in 2020 as a seasonal Horticulturalist. His home is a revolving door of tropical plants. Beni is also passionate about birdwatching and wildlife photography. In the last three years he has led many guided birdwatching walks around Toronto and has written several articles for Trellis magazine illustrated with his nature photographs.

Join Toronto Botanical Garden

Join the Toronto Botanical Garden (TBG) as a member to get a discount on this program, upcoming events and classes, and free parking. A TBG membership helps you deepen your knowledge and connection to the natural world, become a part of a dynamic community of plant people, and be inspired! Become a member !

Safe Program Access

  • To ensure the safety of our participants and instructors, all staff, volunteers, and participants are welcome to wear masks indoors and maintain physical distancing.
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  • Please review our Health and Safety Policies and Refund Policy and Terms of Agreement.
  • This is an in-person, indoor, Adult Education program at the Toronto Botanical Garden.

We appreciate your support and cooperation.

Registration Deadline: Friday, March 8, noon.


March 9
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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