Saturday, March 9
9:00am and 1:00pm sessions
(Scionwood collection demonstration in each session)
at the Lynchburg Public Works Complex on Memorial Avenue
(turn at stoplight at the end of MLK Bridge)
With Tom Burford and John Hoskins
Sponsored by the Tree Stewards of the Greater Lynchburg Area
$30 per person
Registration deadline March 2, 2013
Proceeds go to support the local Arbor Day celebration.
During each two-hour session, participants receive rootstocks and scionwood with step-by-step instructions to make two apple trees. Apple varieties available for grafting are Arkansas Black, Black Twig, Cox’s Orange Pippin, Grimes Golden, Smokehouse, Ralls, Virginia Beauty, Virginia (Hewes) Crab and Winesap. Handouts on dormant wood grafting will be provided.
Bring hand pruners with you.
A professional grafting knife is included with your registration. Knife sharpening will be demonstrated. Extra rootstocks and scionwood will be available for purchase.
To register or for more information contact Klaus Schreiber at 455-4411