About the Master Gardener Program
What is the Master Gardener program?

Master Gardeners are volunteers who have been trained in the finer points of gardening to improve their own knowledge and to share it with others. Master Gardeners provide free, research-based horticulture information to Nevadans. As volunteers, Master Gardeners contribute 50 hours per year in a variety of projects, including answering telephone inquiries, conducting plant clinics, performing soil tests, staffing booths at fairs and home shows and consulting at school and community gardens.

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Plant Diagnosis

If you have a plant, from a small houseplant to a large tree, which is experiencing symptoms worrisome to you, we’re here to help!

Weed Identification

Having troublsome weeds in your lawn or garden? Master gardeners can help you identify the pest and advise you on control mechanisms.

Insect Identification

Master Gardener volunteers are available to identify and provide you information on unknown insects from your garden.

Horticulture Information

Master Gardeners can answer other landscape and garden questions you may have with research-based information.

Latest Articles
Get up to date with the latest new from our horticulture office.

New MG Program Assistant, Leilani Konyshev

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Hello Master Gardeners, I am so thrilled to be joining this team and working with all of you! I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself. I grew up

Summer 2018 Events Calendar

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Cooperative Extension Classes Grow Your Own, Nevada! Tuesdays from 6 – 8 p.m. Sept. 11 – Oct. 2 Fall Program Schedule: • Sept. 11: Saving Seeds from the Garden •

peach pie

Summer Recipes

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July Recipe – Anna Anderson, MG Peach Pie from Anna’s mother Jean Rose Ingredients: • 1 Ready Made Crust • 4 cups sliced and peeled peaches • ¾ cup sugar

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Summer Poetry

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By Phyllis Peacock and Nevada Poetry Society SUMMER VIGNETTE Beside a rusting barbed-wire fence, its sun-bleached wooden posts awry, a field of purple thistles thrusts its spiky blossoms toward the

Flower Auction in Aalsmer, Holland

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By Liz Morrow I truly never gave much thought to how flowers are traded, sold and sent to markets for us consumers. I did wonder when certain plants would be

Hummingbird feeds from a flower while hovering.

Hummingbird Magnet

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By Becky Cowell Years ago, I chose two Hesperaloe parviflora (redflower false yucca) plants for a spot in my garden. It fit all my criteria: xeric, likes soil that is

Summer 2018 Newsletter

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Summer 2018 For Master Gardeners, By Master Gardeners Newsletter Thank you Becky C., Liz M., Anna A. and Phyllis P. for your submissions that made this newsletter possible. Want to

July 2018

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Garden Bed #2: Bulb Bed Adopted by MG Staff Garden Bed #3: Succulent Bed Adopted by Liz, MG Garden Bed #3: Pollinator Bed Adopted by Shari Elena and Linda, MGs

June 2018

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In June, our beds started to fill in. The bulb bed is close to blooming, the seed to flower bed is full of greenery and a succulent bed is being

May 2018

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In May, we began to see the fruits of our labor and more volunteers started to adopt beds! Bed #1: The Annual Bed with a bulb in the middle Adopted

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