Sacramento County Master Gardeners
Container Gardening Workshop
Saturday, November 22, 2014, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Do you have a small yard or limited space? Have you considered container gardening? Join the UC Master Gardeners as they provide information on small space and vertical gardening. Learn how containers can expand the size of your garden and tips to make your plants grow healthy.
6132 66th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95823
2015 Gardening Guide and Calendar
Order your 2015 Gardening Guide and Calendar, Our All Stars for All Seasons, online now. To see more about this Gardening Guide and how to order it, click here. Remember, it makes a great gift!
In the WEL this month
For more of our autumn water efficient favorites, please visit our Fall Plant List.
In the orchard this month
It's time to harvest persimmons, quince, lemons and Bearss limes. And now is the time to plan how to protect your citrus from frosts and damaging freezes this winter. For more information about November orchard activities, click here.
This month in the vegetable garden
If you're composting with worms and the bin is outside, use a blanket or towel over it to keep the worms warm when the temperature drops.
Gardening with limited water
Carpenteria Californica, beautiful drought tolerant native shrub.
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
Brown marmorated stink bugs (BMSB) (Halyomorpha halys) have invaded several blocks in Midtown Sacramento.
UC Cooperative Extension
4145 Branch Center Road
Sacramento, CA 95827
916.876.5338 (New Number!)
Monday through Thursday
9am to 12pm, 1 to 4pm
Office is closed on Friday
Please call for walk-in
To get directions, click on the red balloon on the map below.
UC Gardening Blogs
Added November 19, 2014
Native bee enthusiast Celeste Ets-Hokin of the Bay Area is on a mission:...
Added November 18, 2014
How many insect myths do you know?Worker bees are males,...
Added November 17, 2014
You've heard folks say "cold as ice," right? Well, ICE is red hot. The...
Added November 14, 2014
Neonicotinoids. It's a 14-letter word but many people consider it a...