Coming Attractions in the Tuolumne Garden
2021 Open Garden Days Schedule
Master Gardeners are looking forward to another great season in our Demonstration Garden at Cassina. Welcome back to all of you who come and take part in our presentations. Our Open Garden presentations will continue being online for the near future. We are working towards in-person activities but we aren't there quite yet.
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Activities begin at 10:30
4-3: Open Garden Day online presentation
5-1: Virtual Plant Sale
6-5: Open Garden Day online presentation.
|Fall & Winter Vegetables||8/7/2021|
|Summer Pruning Online Class||8/14/2021|
|Landscape Transformation Online Class||9/11/2021|
|Successful Gardening with Native Plants Online Class||9/25/2021|
|Planting Trees- Shrubs and other perennials in the fall Online Class||10/9/2021|
*Open Garden Days are held rain or Shine!!*
**Demonstrations are subject to change.**
The Demonstration Garden is located at 251 So.Barretta Street in Sonora, (Cassina High School Campus) and will be open from 10am to 1pm. Activities will begin at 10:30 am. There is no cost to attend Open Garden Day or to tour the garden.
For questions regarding the Master Gardener program or to have a Master Gardener come to your home to help with a gardening problem, please call the UCCE Master Gardeners of Tuolumne County Hotline at 209-533-5912 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garden News Notes
1. The Master Gardeners’ 2nd book "Sharing the Knowledge, Gardening in the Mother Lode" is available at all Open Garden Days. This book is a compilation of gardening articles written by Master Gardeners from 2006 to 2010. The book is priced at $25.00 which includes tax. Be sure and take a look at the sample copy before you leave the garden. This is a must have gardening book for Mother Lode Gardeners! Books may also be purchased at Mountain Bookstore in The Junction and at the UCCE Office in Sonora.
For questions regarding the Master Gardener program or to have a Master Gardener come to your home to help with a gardening problem, please contact the UCCE Master Gardeners of Tuolumne County.