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Cuttings and Cultivation with Claire Greenhill


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Why buy when you can propagate? Join plant guru Claire Greenhill for this special session to celebrate the City of Fremantle's Glasshouses and Green Futures.

Claire has curated a special 'greenhouse' for this session based around repurposing and plant gifting, constructed by a Fremantle artist (it's 2m x 2m and oh so cute!) Claire will draw from its contents to teach you the basics of plant cuttings and propagation for common house plants such as devils ivy, ficus, monstera, succulents, and pilea.
We will cover how to choose the right indoor plants, what you need to create the ideal environment for propagation and tips for growing in water, soil and air layering. Perfect for the plant obsessed and those wanting to learn a new skill.

This class is a part of the larger project for 10 Nights in Port, we highly suggest attending as a part of the whole afternoon's activities 12pm - 3pm.

There will also be a community Plant Swap on this day. You can find more information on this here.

The greenhouses will travel to a number of different community nurseries around Fremantle each with their own satellite events. You can find more information on this here.

Note: if you have been to our Propagation Knowhow class we will be covering a lot of similar content, this class might not be for you. 

Date and time: 

Sunday 14th of July, 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Registration essential, you will need your ticket to get into this session. 

10% off plants at the concept store on the day for session attendees.

About Claire

Claire is a designer, gardener, keen plants-woman and Landscape Architect who lives and works in the Fremantle area. Claire has a strong art and design background and broad horticultural knowledge, having earned both Design and Landscape Architecture qualifications. She is passionate and curious about everything green and growing and strives to keep learning and sharing her horticultural knowledge with the community. 

She believes that plants make people happier, improve physical and mental health and make spaces more beautiful. Through her work she hopes to encourage people to grow more, plant more and to feel confident to nurture and create their own garden spaces.

Claire sources and cares for the plants at Stackwood, runs plant education workshops and offers residential garden design, interior plant styling and indoor plant care services. She hopes to help people live more plant filled lives.

Photos by Rae Fallon.

* Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable, but you are more than welcome to send a friend in your place if you cannot attend. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.