COSA CLASS: Propagating Colorado Native Plants from Seeds on February 20

Wild Ones Front Range Chapter presents Propagating Colorado Native Plants from Seeds

Speaker: Jan Midgley, former native plant nursery owner and author of Native Plant Propagation, 5th ed.
When: February 20, 2021, 9-11am
Where: This is a virtual Zoom event. Please make sure to download the Zoom application ( and make sure it includes the latest Zoom update prior to the live course.
Cost: This event is free for Wild Ones members; for non-members, if you are comfortably able, please consider a $10 donation to help offset costs for this and future chapter programs. A "pay-it-forward" option is available to assist others in need of scholarships; your generosity is greatly appreciated.
Description: Want to introduce more native plants to your garden? Frustrated at the difficulty of sourcing a variety? Jan Midgley, professional propagator and author, teaches us how to grow our own. Jan will use pictures of blooming plants, fruits and seeds to instruct attendees on how to collect, clean, store, sow, germinate, grow and transplant Colorado native plants. Jan is all about research, so if there is a plant that you are struggling to germinate seeds for, let her know (even with a reply to this email if you don’t have time to tune in live) and if she can get the seeds she will add it to her trials.The presentation will include a discussion of timing and materials, a downloadable slide list and a resource handout. A recording of the presentation will be shared with registered attendees.

Here is the link to the event on Sign Up Genius: Wild Ones Front Range Chapter: Propagating Colorado Native Plants from Seeds (
Registration is (unfortunately) a two-step process: Sign up through the link to Sign-Up Genius, and then you will receive (within a day) an email containing the link to register through Zoom.

We hope to see you at one of our upcoming events!

Kind regards,
Lisa Olsen


Chapter President and Programs Co-Chair

Wild Ones, Front Range Chapter

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