Warren County Master Gardeners
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 gardenin “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.

Aquilegia (Columbine)
Denise Duvic ~ MG
Polygonatum biflorum

(Solomon's seal)

Denise Duvic, MG

A whole lotta hootin' goin' on! 
Barred Owl
Denise Duvic, MG

Programs This Month
Warren County, Mississippi
​Extension Office

Master Gardener's Monthly Meeting
May 19 
Kuduz Bug
Dr. Judy Shearer

Quick Bites

May 14
April Showers Have Brought May Flowers
Lynette McDougald
Instructor and Manager
 The University Florist

May 28
Roses in the Landscape
Dr. Lelia Kelly
Consumer Horticulture Specialist

Visit the Warren County Master Gardeners' Tent

Every Saturday at the Farmers' Market

For More Events See

Mississippi Master Gardener Calender Here