Many gardeners like to try something new. Attend this lecture to hear about some of the newer annual flower and vegetable varieties available to home gardeners.
Master Gardeners need to report their volunteer and training hours for certification. Marion County Master Gardeners volunteered 22,392.5 hours educating others and impacting communities during 2015.
The next Purdue Extension Master Gardener classes in Marion County begin in September of 2017.
The Master Gardener program is designed to help educate the public about gardening through the use of trained, certified volunteers. The program helps participants to grow by providing them with training in horticulture principles. They, in turn, agree to share their knowledge and help others grow.
Here are the schedules for the 2016 Master Gardener class participants.
Do you have a plant or pest problem? Contact the Master Gardener AnswerLine for answers to lawn & garden questions in central Indiana. Call (317) 275-9292 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purdue Extension-Marion County Master Gardeners work with staff to design, plant and maintain this garden. It demonstrates how to grow food and ornamental plants. Gardeners can see and learn about plants adapted to Indiana and how to care for them. They can see award-winning flowers & vegetables as well as vegetable gardening techniques.