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Master Gardener Volunteer Educators (MGs) distribute research-based information from the UD and the horticulture industry to home gardeners. Outreach efforts include Workshops and Presentations, Youth Education, The Garden Line and Plant Diagnostic Service, and Demonstration Gardens.
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Summer “daze” are here again- enjoy yours in the garden with the Master Gardeners!
Register now for:
Summer Daze in the Garden
Saturday, July 28, 9 am- 12:30 pm
Check-in at 8:30 am. $25 registration fee includes program, parking, and continental breakfast.
Mid-summer presents its own joys and frustrations for the home gardener. Two lively workshops tackle both. First, “Who’s in my Garden?” explores the insects, critters, weeds, and diseases we sometimes see in our July landscapes. Next up… “Hot ‘n Dry…Oh My!” We will discuss smart water usage and conservation, specific plants that thrive in summer, microclimates, and seed collection from live plants, as well as seed storage.
An added bonus, you will be welcome to explore our two demonstration gardens- one for native plants and one for fruit and vegetables.
*Refunds will not be issued unless program is canceled.
Visit our Teaching Gardens
Our teaching and demonstration gardens are in full GROW mode! Visit with Master Gardeners in the garden during their work days throughout the growing season. Want to learn how to grow your own food? Visit our food, vegetable and fruit, garden on Monday mornings. Want to learn how to select native plants for your own garden and landscape? Visit our native plant garden on Wednesday mornings. For more information contact Carrie Murphy, firstname.lastname@example.org or 302-831-2506.