BRANCHBURG, NJ - The Rutgers Master Gardeners Program will host a class on propagating plants and planting seeds indoors before transferring the plants outdoors in the spring.
Steven Sawin, a Rutgers Master Gardener of Somerset County will teach the March 14 class, 7-8 p.m. at the Jointure Creative Campus, the former Old York School located at 580 Old York Road.
Sawin will discuss how to sow seeds indoors, what materials are needed, seed selection, timing, seedling growth, and hardening off young plants before their permanent move outdoors. The cost is $25 per person.
Register by calling the Jointure Creative Campus at 908-722-1563.
Rutgers Master Gardeners are volunteers who support Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Somerset County in its educational mission to provide research-based horticultural information to the public. For more information regarding The Rutgers Master Gardener Program visit http://somerset.njaes.rutgers.edu/garden. The Rutgers Master Gardener Program is a program of The Agriculture and Natural Resources Department within Rutgers Cooperative Extension (RCE), which is a division within Human Services of Somerset County. Visit RCE athttp://somerset.njaes.rutgers.edu.