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Why buy plants in late April? 
The weather is warmer!  That means:
• No need to harden off plants
• Plant directly into soil
• Plants will be stronger, healthier, and more productive

How to Attract and Maintain Pollinators In Your Garden

pollinators
Pollinators are essential for a healthy garden. Read on for design recommendations for pollinator habitat...

Garden Soil Needs a Healthy Balance

soil nutrient availability
The availability of plant nutrients is linked to the pH of a soil. To learn more about soil pH and nutrients. Read the second article in this three part series on soil...

Pruning Flowering Trees & Shrubs

Pruning Flowering Shrubs

Pruning Flowering Shrubs
Flowering shrubs require pruning at the right time. Read on to find out how and when to prune flowering shrubs...

How to Care for Your Citrus Plants

citrus
California is fortunate to have an ideal climate for growing citrus trees.  Read on to learn how to care for your citrus plants...

Edible Demo Garden at Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden

Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden
The UC Marin Master Gardeners demonstration garden at Indian Valley Organic Farm & Garden is a hands-on teaching tool for UC Master Gardeners and the public. The garden is the center of a seasonal education program that demonstrates science-based practices for growing food at home. Come visit us!

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Gael’s Edible Gardening Tidbits...

...From Marin Master Gardener Gael Perrin

Gael’s Edible Gardening Tidbits
Choose Your Edible Garden Site: Second of four tidbits on planning an edible garden. It’s time to begin creating your summer edible garden. Read on for tips...

Time to start Weeding!

weeds
Controlling weeds can be one of the most time-intensive garden upkeep tasks. Weeds can grow quickly, crowding out garden plants in competition for light and nutrients. Removal is easiest when weeds are small and in moist soil when it takes less effort to grub out seedlings or pull young plants. With all of the recent rains, that time is now. Don’t wait until your weeds are developing seeds and the soil has dried out. Read this recent Marin IJ article to learn how to succeed at managing weeds. If you want to identify your weeds, consult the UC Integrated Pest Management Weed photo gallery, with its photographs and links to Weed identification tools.

How To Pick The Right Tool For Weeding The Garden

Garden Bad Guys – Snails & Slugs

snails
The scourge of the garden, snails and slugs. Read on to learn how to control these insatiable gastropods...

Opportunity Fund

UC Marin Master Gardeners are grateful for a tax-deductible donation to support our program.

Got garden questions? Ask a Master Gardener...

VISIT: UCCE Master Gardener Help Desk
1682 Novato Boulevard, Suite 150-B
Novato, CA 94947
          CALL: (415) 473-4204
EMAIL: HelpDesk@MarinMG.org


Seasonal Farmers Markets open in May.  Visit a Master Gardener Help Desk at your local Farmers Market.  Click here for the schedule.

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The mission of the Marin Master Gardeners is to extend research based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape practices to Marin residents.

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