Cobb Master Gardener

Upcoming Events:

Wright Center Open Garden and Program @ Wright Environmental Education Center
Aug 8 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

“Gardening for Birds” — Talk at 9:30 am by Ellen Honeycutt, Atlanta gardener for 18 years, as well as active member of the Georgia Native Plant Society and the Georgia Botanical Society. Learn about native plants that provide berries, seeds, nectar and insects for birds and their young.
Park in the parking lot of Chestnut Ridge Christian Church at the intersection of Post Oak Tritt Road and Johnson Ferry Road. Enter from Post Oak Tritt Road.

Native Plants and the Invasives That Threaten Them @ Cobb County Water Lab Training Room
Aug 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Master Gardener and Jean and Elwood Wright Environmental Education Center project chair, Judy Beard, will reveal the many native botanical treasures found at the Center. She will also talk about the challenges of protecting them and how to remove non-native invasive species.

Building Your Soil Makes for a Healthy Garden @ East Cobb Regional Library
Aug 20 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Gardening starts with healthy soil. Master Gardener and 2019 International Master Gardener Award Winner for Research, Cris Force will discuss soil science and ways to improve your soil.

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