Grow Virtually is a series focused on Maintaining a Healthy Garden. This free horticultural education series is presented by the Master Gardener Volunteers of Cobb County via ZOOM.
Learn from the comfort of your home using your phone, smartphone or computer! Registration information is posted below. New to Zoom? CLICK HERE for a lesson.
Mark your calendars for the third Tuesday of the month January – April at 7:00 pm.
We also offer educational videos on YouTube!
The Cobb Master Gardeners have your Easter gift in the yellow bag!
A bag of SOIL is a great way to celebrate spring! You can purchase Soil³ Garden Kits for $25! This includes one cubic foot of organic Soil³ compost and a 7-gal container for planting! Click on the button below and order your gift certificates. We will mail the certificates to you. Garden Kit pick up is March 6 from 1:00 – 3:00 at the UGA Extension office.
2021 Master Gardener Training Applications now available!
Are you interested in becoming a Master Gardener? Applications are now being accepted. Training begins in August of 2021. Get more information and download an application here!
2021 Plant Sale and Expo and Garden Tour UPDATE
Due to the uncertainty around the spread of the COVID-19 virus and the unfolding plans for vaccinations, we are only tentatively scheduling these events for 2021. As more information, details and guidelines unfold, we will keep our readers updated via all our communications. Our event pages on this website have been taken down for now.
Check out the DIBBLER for articles by our Cobb County Master Gardeners, for insight on gardening ventures, techniques and knowledge.
Shut down does not mean you are shut out of gardening information that can help you at home! Our RESOURCES page has links to a wide variety of “Master Gardener Approved” websites to help you learn from the convenience of home. This includes the link to UGA Extension publications for your home and garden. Check it out!
Here are some links to keep you busy and help you become a smarter gardener this spring:
Test your Soil – You can bring soil to the UGA Cobb Extension Office to have it tested. Click here for instructions on how to get your soil tested.
Concerned about your trees? – UGA Cobb County Extension keeps a list of certified arborists to help you find a qualified arborist to help. Click here to review the list.