HCMG in the News...​

Many Happy Returns- Enjoy year after year of winter color

HCMG's Pamela A. Keene ( Georgia Magazine - January 2014)

 

Our very own Pam Keene has a newly published article in the latest (January 2014) issue of Georgia Magazine.  Her article features information on beautiful winter-blooming plants from hellebores to camellias to Daphnes.  You can read more about some spectacular winter-bloomers on the link below.

 

 Click here to read Pam's article in this month's issue of Georgia Magazine. 

The Redbud Project Receives 2014 Celebrate Healthy North

Georgia Award

 

The Redbud Project received the 2014 Celebrate Healthy North Georgia award at the Public Health District 2 workshop January 16 for work in developing nature trails for health and recreation and for our overall mission to promote environmental conservation to sustain quality of life in Hall County. Thanks to all who are part of The Redbud Project!

 
 

Gardeners can create compost pile with kitchen and yard waste


Andrew Akers (of the Gainesville Times)  September 27, 2013

 

Composting is a popular tool used by many gardeners to improve soil integrity and the quality and quantity of their plants.

 

“It adds texture and nutrients to soil and helps it retain moisture during dry periods,” said Russ England, a master gardener who manages the compost bin for Gardens on Green.

 

England, in fact, conducts a weekly compost lesson as part of the Hall County School Systems curriculum “Lifecycles: Knowing what to grow and eat” to second-graders. Master gardeners and county schools joined forces to conduct the hands-on assignments for students in the fall and spring. Last week, many students said the compost bin was their favorite lesson...

SCOTT ROGERS/The Times

Hall County Master Gardener Russ England checks the compost bin Thursday morning at Gardens on Green. The Hall County master gardeners program works with Hall County schools to teach second-graders about life cycles using the compost bin.

Adult gardening classes begin at Gardens on Green


​Savannah King (of the Gainesville Times)  September 6, 2013

Time stands for no man, least of all a gardener.

 

So the Hall County Master Gardeners and the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension office in Hall County have teamed to offer tips and time-specific strategies for maintaining a healthy garden throughout the year.

 

Gardening by the Month for Adults is offered from noon to 1 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month at Gardens on Green. The program kicked off under the shade trees on a sunny afternoon Wednesday...

NAT GURLEY/The Times

Hall County Extension agent Michael Wheeler talks with 15 local gardeners at Gardens on Green Wedesday, kicking off a series of monthly meetings that will offer gardening tips.

Monthly Garden Tasks

Each month we will provide monthly or seasonal gardening tasks and to-do's.

Click the button below for the information for the current month.

 

 

Extension Office Info

Email:

  mastergardener@hallcounty.org

Address:

Hall County Extension Office

734 E. Crescent Drive 

Suite 300

Gainesville, GA 30501

Phone:

(770) 535-8293

Useful Links
Want to be a Vendor?

The Garden Expos enjoy a high return rate among both customers and vendors. Over 85% of vendors return year after year because they find the Expos works for them. Expo visitors come to buy, not just “window shop.”

The Georgia Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Program

University of Georgia Cooperative Extension/ Hall County

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P.O. Box 907655, Gainesville, GA 30501

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