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To join the Master Gardeners clink on the Application form link below, Print the form and follow the instructions.

  • 2022 Extension Master Gardener Application Form will be available here 9/2021

    Wear your Mask to keep us all Healthy

Got gardening questions? 

Send an email to    gpmastergardener@gmail.com

You may attach photos as well.  A Master Gardener will get back to you shortly. 

 

GPMGA Board Meeting

Our next board meeting will be held Thursday, May 6, starting at 9:30 AM,  IN PERSON at the Powhatan Extension office, in the upstairs conference room next to the large auditorium.   Details can also be found on our calendar and in a email you received from our secretary Kate Bracken titled "Upcoming Events". 

GPMGA Association Meeting

Our general meeting will be held Thursday,  May 13, starting at 6:00 PM.   The meeting will be a picnic at the Fighting Creek Pavilion across from the soccer fields - behind the Powhatan Library.   Richard Ayers will lead a tour of the Native Plant Trail.    Bring extra plants to swap.   Please add labels with growing instructions and identification to the plants you bring to swap with others.  Details will be shared via email as we get closer.

 
 

Get educational training by viewing "Webinars" at a Virginia Tech Website  ==> Click Here 

NEED GARDENING HELP?

 

Since COVID-19 has given you time, maybe you have decided to plant a vegetable or flower garden or maybe you have been gardening for years.  Either way, everyone has questions about planting, disease, and pests.  Here are some links to sources for answers to your gardening questions. If the links fail load, copy the link to your browser. 

 

https://ext.vt.edu/lawn-garden/master-gardener.html

            information about growing fruits and vegetables in Virginia

 

https://mastergardener.ext.vt.edu/ce/

            list of informational videos and webinars

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT-rsFK2y4FJDI5ful2JEiw

             multiple videos on various gardening problems

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