Fall 2017 Newsletter

Oct/17 By

Hello Fall! Ahhhh, finally the weather is cooling down, the leaves are changing colors and summer gardens are a distant memory. I just love fall. I love those cool days

Gardens to See

Jul/14 By

by Judi Kleidon, MG One of the pleasures of traveling is the discovery of public gardens.  Early this summer, we visited the wine country and, of course, we got to

Blue sky with clouds.

Summer Poetry

Jul/14 By

A RED-HOT POKER by Sam Wood, Poet A red-hot poker flaunts itself in June. The blazing sun appears to be its ovum as the poker’s head basks atop its lengthy, macho

Healthy, pink azalea.

How I killed my azalea

Jul/14 By

by Jenn Fisher Let me take you back to the day I acquired my first azalea plant. It was the week after my birthday, and I was on cloud 9

Grocery store display of vinegar.

The problem with vinegar

Jul/14 By

By Wendy Hanson Mazet As gardeners, we tend to get creative on how we deal with weeds in our yard. When it comes to what we choose to use, it

Native bee on white flower with yellow center.

Summer 2017 Newsletter

Jul/14 By

WELCOME TO SUMMER! We introduce to you, the new Master Gardener newsletter. This newsletter is for you, by you. We would love your input, articles and pictures to make this

Asclepias speciosa

Jul/14 By

by Becky Colwell, MG Little did I know 16 years ago, when I started my Monarch habitat, that it would become popular for many other insects as well. I hope

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