Apple Grafting Workshop
March and April Classes are Cancelled
All sessions are held at Heritage Farm
March and April classes are cancelled
After careful thought and consideration, and with the wellbeing of everyone involved in mind, we have decided to cancel all Apple Grafting Classes in response to growing concern over COVID-19.
Learn how to graft and care for apple trees in a half-day workshop. Discuss apple histories, practice apple propagation and take home three grafted trees to begin your very own orchard.
Stay after or come early for an orchard/tree care workshop from 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm on the day of your grafting session. This workshop is included in your registration cost and covers caring for young apple trees, pruning, training, and general tree care. All sessions cover the same content.
Instructor: Lindsay Lee
Lindsay Lee, Seed Savers Exchange’s Orchard Manager and Horticultural Advisor, describes himself as an “old-school nurseryman”. He has logged over 45 years in the ornamental horticulture trades, with 30 of those running Willowglen, a seed-to-sale perennial plant nursery near Decorah, Iowa. Lindsay served as the grafting team leader in 1989 when SSE collected the first trees for its Heritage Orchard. “I believe the knowledge and skill of grafting has been eroding among gardeners,” says Lee. “It is my goal to rectify this by teaching gardeners to graft and share their favorite fruits.”
Directions and Parking
Heritage Farm is just outside Decorah, Iowa. Getting here is pretty straight-forward.
Lodging and Food
Why not make a weekend of your trip to Decorah?
Refund Policy and Contact
We can offer full refunds up to seven days before the event. After that time, we are unable to refund your registration.
If you have questions about this event, contact our customer service staff: