BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Feedo Feed//NONSGML v1.0//EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN METHOD:PUBLISH X-WR-CALNAME:National Trust for Jersey - Pruning & Grafting Apple Trees X-WR-CALDESC:Pruning and Grafting Apple TreesSaturday 25 February\nDid you know that every full sized apple tree is made from two different trees?\nThe National Trust of Jersey is getting together with Vincent Obbard, from Samares Manor on Saturday 25th February to stage a workshop about the art and science of grafting and pruning apple trees in the beautiful surroundings of Samares Manor.\nGrafting trees involves combining a bottom rootstock of one tree to the scion, or budding branch, of another tree to make a successful fruit tree. Apple trees are often considered the best starting place for learning to graft trees. Apple seeds, once planted, don’t produce fruit that is identical to the apple they came from so grafting allows you to reproduce the apples of our choice.\nFor those that have a small orchard, or just one or two fruit trees growing in pots enjoy a morning of practical information and hands-on learning.\nTime  9.30 to 12.3015 pounds Trust Members - 20 pounds Non Members. With morning coffee on arrivalBooking essential please go to www.nationaltrust.jeAll proceeds go to the National Trust for Jersey.\nYou will receive a rootstock and a scion to graft and take home for planting X-MS-OLK-FORCEINSPECTOROPEN:TRUE BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20171120T150507Z DTSTART:20170225T093000Z DTEND:20170225T093000Z TRANSP:TRANSPARENT UID:9642017-02-25 SUMMARY:National Trust for Jersey - Pruning & Grafting Apple Trees DESCRIPTION:Pruning and Grafting Apple TreesSaturday 25 February\nDid you know that every full sized apple tree is made from two different trees?\nThe National Trust of Jersey is getting together with Vincent Obbard, from Samares Manor on Saturday 25th February to stage a workshop about the art and science of grafting and pruning apple trees in the beautiful surroundings of Samares Manor.\nGrafting trees involves combining a bottom rootstock of one tree to the scion, or budding branch, of another tree to make a successful fruit tree. Apple trees are often considered the best starting place for learning to graft trees. Apple seeds, once planted, don’t produce fruit that is identical to the apple they came from so grafting allows you to reproduce the apples of our choice.\nFor those that have a small orchard, or just one or two fruit trees growing in pots enjoy a morning of practical information and hands-on learning.\nTime  9.30 to 12.3015 pounds Trust Members - 20 pounds Non Members. With morning coffee on arrivalBooking essential please go to www.nationaltrust.jeAll proceeds go to the National Trust for Jersey.\nYou will receive a rootstock and a scion to graft and take home for planting URL:http://jerseycharities.org/national-trust-for-jersey-pruning-grafting-apple-trees.html?format=html CATEGORIES:Charity events GEO: LOCATION:Samares Manor END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR