This year resolve to do less in the garden
It's New Year's resolution time, but this year how about resolving to do less
in the garden? I don't mean avoiding chores. I'm talking about easy ways of making your landscape more sustainable
Time to prune wisteria
Winter is the perfect time to restore order to that tangle of vines climbing your fence or hovering above you on the arbor. Now is the time to do the major restructuring that will result in cascading flowers in the spring. Read on for tips on pruning wisteria
Use sustainable garden practices and design
Sustainability in the garden involves meeting your needs today without negatively impacting the ability of future gardeners to meet theirs. The heart of sustainability is in your gardening practices and design
We thank you for your flexibility and patience in contributing to the broader community effort to safeguard everyone’s health during the COVID-19 pandemic. The UC Marin Master Gardeners are delivering educational programs and events via online platforms. View our events calendar for presentations and webinars. Throughout the public health orders our Helpdesk volunteers are available via email to answer your home gardening questions.
Bare root plants are prime to grow
Winter is the best time to purchase bare root trees. By planting these dormant plants, you’ll save money, be able to see visible roots and have a greater choice of varieties. Read this article to learn more
Growing edible pod peas – it’s a snap!
While many parts of the country are cold and snowy this month, with gardeners thumbing through seed catalogs and dreaming about summer planting – gardeners in Marin County can grow enjoy fresh edibles year round. Read on to learn about how you can plant peas now for a winter harvest
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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.