Sunday, January 24, 2010

Robins are bob bob bobbin' around!

Have you seen the Robins lately?  They seem to be having a feast from all of this wet weather making the worms come up from the soil.  Wonder if this means spring is not far off?

We had a great show of flowers last year.  Here are some pictures to remind you of what is to come:

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

We Need More Followers!

Do you have a special plant you'd like to tell everyone about?  Learn something new about gardening?  Share it here!!  Blogging is a great way to connect.  Try might like it!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Daffodil Bulbs for Sale


We still have a few varieties of Daffodil bulbs for sale in the Master Gardeners Office.  Varieties include (as of 10/21/09):  February Gold, Fortune, Soleil D'or, Tete a Tete, and Trevithian.  Come by the office and get some for fall planting today!!  You might want to call first to see how many are left and ensure someone is here. 

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Fall Vegetable Gardening Class Rescheduled

The "Fall Vegetable Planting" workshop has rescheduled for October 15 (Thursday) from 6pm - 8pm.   We hope more people will be able to attend.  Please call the office to sign up!

Friday, September 25, 2009

Cancellation of September 26 class

As most of you who were interested know by now, the Fall Planting Class scheduled for Saturday, September 26 has been cancelled.  When a new date and time has been established, you will see it here.  Stay tuned for more updates....

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Fall Vegetable Gardening

Did you know you can plant a new vegetable garden in the fall?  Join us on September 26 for a class and we'll show you how!  Contact the Jackson County Master Gardener's Office for more information.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Soil: Nutrients and Types

Does your lawn look puny? Are your plants stunted? The culprit could be your soil. Soil testing is one of the most over-looked, yet inexpensive methods used to determine which nutrients are lacking, and gives the correct fertilizer ratio to use.