Warren County Master Gardeners

"BRRRRRRRR!"  said the naked hydrangeas

Georgia Antoine ~ MG

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Programs This Month

​Warren County, Mississippi
​Extension Office 



Master Gardener's Monthly Meeting

March 17

​Noon to 1:00 PM



Quick Bites

Noon


March 5

Getting the Jump On Spring!

Lynette McDougald, Instructor and Manager The University Florist


March 12

Create a Hummingbird Habitat

Margaret Copeland and Dianne Patterson

Oktibbeha County Audubon Society


March 26

Ready for Something "Wild" in Your Backyard?    

 Dr. Marina Denny

Research Associate,

Wildlife, Fisheries, & Aquaculture

 


March Mondays Series 2015 

5:30 - 7:30


March 2

Not Tonight, Deer! - Deer (and Other Critters)

Dr. James M. Brannon

Master Gardener


March 9

All about Hydroponic Greenhouse Tomatoes Dr.Richard Snyder

Extension/Research Professor

Truck Crops Experiment Station - MSU


March 16

How Do You Know It Will Grow: Annuals on Trial

Dr. Shaun Broderick

Assistant Research/Extension Professor

Truck Crops Experiment Station - MSU


March 23

Name that Plant! A Guide to Southern Plant ID

Anna McCain, Extension Agent

Warren Co. Extension Office - MSU 




For More Events

See Mississippi Master Gardener Calender Here

Vicksburg, Mississippi



What are Master Gardeners?

  Master Gardeners are volunteer educators who have been trained by Land Grant Agriculture Universities to assist with providing 
information about home gardening. Mississippi State University Extension Service is the branch of MSU that offers the Master Gardener program in the state and is responsible for training and coordinating Master Gardeners. Master Gardeners receive 40 hours
 of instruction in the basics of home gardening. Topics of study include soil, botany, entomology, plant pathology, pest control and plant propagation. 

Specific gardening “crops”studied are turf grass, fruits, vegetables and ornamentals such as flowers, shrubs and ground cover plants.

  New Master Gardeners agree to provide a minimum of 40 hours of volunteer educational efforts within the first year after training.
After that, Master Gardeners work a minimum of 20 hours annually to maintain their status as a Master Gardener. Currently there are 56 Master Gardeners in Warren County.

Camellia beginning to bud and flower before the ice ~ Pat Tisdale MG