Cobb Master Gardener

Introducing…Grow Virtually

Grow Virtually

Grow Virtually is our new Fall 2020 horticultural education series presented free by the Master Gardener Volunteers of Cobb County via ZOOM.

Learn from the comfort of your home using your smartphone or computer! Simply click on the title(s) below to register for one or all classes. Registration confirmation will follow with a PASSCODE to enter each class. New to Zoom? CLICK HERE for a lesson. Space is limited, so register now!

Fall is the Best Time to Plant - 10/13/20, 7:30pm

Fall is a great time to plant in the garden. Cobb Master Gardener, Gayle Evans, will take us through the “what’s and how’s” of planting in the fall and identify some favorites to look for in the garden center.

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The Case for Composting - 11/10/20, 7:30pm

Composting is nature’s way of recycling household waste into valuable soil amendments. Learn all about composting from Cobb Master Gardener Michelle Gambon, why we should be doing it, and how easy it is! You will see why she is our self-proclaimed ‘Compost Queen’!

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Spotlight On:

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.

Fall is the time to plant spring flowering bulbs – Learn all about planting, varieties and maintenance of bulbs by reading UGA’s Flowering Bulbs for Georgia Gardens.

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