UCCE Master Gardeners of Fresno County
Spring Garden Tour 2019
Save the Date
Spring Garden Tour 2019
April 27, 2019
Garden of the Sun Demonstration Garden
Annual Plant Sale as part of the Spring Garden Tour: April 27, 2019
Garden of the Sun is open to the public on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month.
Registration for AEC Classes
For More Information on the Adult Education Classes offered by the Fresno Master Gardeners CLICK HERE
Printable list of all the classes
Or see classes below
Calendar of Activities
Links to Additional Gardening Events
- Plant Give and Take, March 9, 2019. 9am-12 noon, VFW Post 8900 Picnic Area-3585 N Blythe Ave. Fresno Ca
- Excess citrus? Donate it! PAR's (Plant a Row for the Hungry) goal is to make sure food grown by homeowners doesn’t go to waste. We encourage people to take their excess citrus and vegetables to soup kitchens, food pantries or the Central California Food Bank.
- For more information on PAR Plant a Row for the Hungry (PAR)
Have a gardening question?
Call or e-mail the Helpline and
Speak to a Master Gardener
Call our Helpline at 559-241-7534
9 am to 12 pm Monday through Friday
or leave a message at any time
Or send an e-mail to email@example.com
Fresno Home and Garden Show
March 1-3, 2019
Master Gardener Gardening Seminars added!
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2018 Master Gardener impact in California
- taught fire-wise landscaping practices in communities throughout California. Concerned residents engaged with our program through workshops, websites and Help Desks. This year, 45% of our clientele used the Help Desk system, seeking follow-up support and information from our trusted resources.
- inspired 66% of water conservation workshop participants to start using or improve their use of low water-use plants for their landscape. Selecting plants adapted to our Mediterranean climate not only saves water for other precious uses, it means less dry and dead plant matter in our landscapes.
- influenced 69% of pest management workshop attendees to monitor for weeds and 53% to remove or not introduce invasive plants. Being cognizant of weeds and invasive plants supports the health not only of our home landscapes but also our wild spaces including forest understory and grazing lands.
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Master Gardener Program Coordinator
Fresno & Madera Counties