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The Prince George Master Gardeners are an affiliate of the Virginia cooperative Extension which is a partnership of Virginia Tech and Virginia State University.

Meetings are the first Monday in February, April, August, October and December at 6:30PM in the conference room, Prince George County Library, 6605 Courts Drive, Prince George, VA 23875.
The Extension Office is located at 6380 Scott Memorial Park, P.O. Box 68, Prince George, VA 23875 E-Mail: jreiter@vt.edu 804 733-2686.

Virginia Master Gardeners are volunteer educators who work within their communities to encourage and promote environmentally sound horticulture practices through sustainable landscape management education and training.  Virginia Master Gardeners bring the resources of Virginia's land-universities, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University to the people of the commonwealth.

            Thanks to the overwhelming response!!
                 Registration for this event is full.              

                 The Prince George Master Gardeners
                         Are Pleased to Announce Their
              16th Annual Good Gardening Symposium
          "Happy plants, bugs, and earth...Happy you!!!"             
                          Saturday, March 10, 2018
         

                             Our Presenters Will Be:

Glen F. Chappell II, PHD
- Associate Professor Department of Agriculture, Virginia State University
Anita Tuttle - MS and BS in Horticulture, Virginia Tech, Master Gardener, Native Plant Society and gardener for more than 50 years
Entomologist Dr. Art Evans - Teacher entomology courses Randolph-Macon College, University of Richmond, and Virginia Commonwealth University.  Author of An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles, What's Bugging You? His latest book is National Geographic's Backyard Guide to Insects & Spiders of North America.  Dr. Arthur Evans teams up with WCVE Public Radio producer Steve Clark for a weekly feature "What's Bugging You?"
James M. Orband
- Senior Extension Agent Emeritus, Retired Senior Extension Agent in York County, MS and BS in Horticulture from Virginia Tech, 2008 recipient of the Virginia Tech Alumni Award of Excellence in Extension.

You may download a Registration Brochure by clicking here.





HORTICULTURE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD.  PLEASE GO TO THE EDUCATION TAB.

         2018 PRINCE GEORGE MASTER GARDENERS
         12TH ANNUAL SPRING PLANT SALE & CLINIC
                Saturday, May 19, 8:30am-12:30pm
     Prince George Regional Heritage Center parking lot
      (6406 Courthouse Road, Prince George, VA 23875)


Our plants make terrific additions to your gardens.  We strive to offer plants that are healthy, well established and reasonably priced.

We have a variety of plants including perennials, vegetables and herbs.  We always offer a great selection of daylilies and hosta.  Don't miss our native plants!

Have your gardening questions answered by the experts.

                                   m.g.prigeo@gmail.com


Pictured are 2017 Scholarship Recipients Matthew Mehfoud and Nathaniel Hendrick.  2016 Recipient Sydney Baxter is pictured as well.

Pictured are L to R: Charlie Smith, Larue Archer, Scott Reiter, Jill Reiter and Earlene Hogg.                  
                       2017 "NEW" GREATER TOMATO CONTEST

                        CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS                 
                                          

               Our grand prize winners -  Children (12 Years and Younger):  
                 
                                   Heaviest Tomato - Jill Reiter                 
                             Naturally Beautiful Tomato - Charlie Smith  
                                  Tiniest Tomato - Andrea R. Shockley   
                                   Unusual/Ugliest Tomato - Jill Reiter

                              

                     Our grand prize winners -  Adult (13 Years and Up):  
                 
                                   Heaviest Tomato - Larue Archer                
                             Naturally Beautiful Tomato - Larue Archer 
                                  Tiniest Tomato - Larue Archer
                                   Unusual/Ugliest Tomato - Earlene Hogg

 Prizes of bragging rights for growing the “Greatest Tomatoes”, ribbons and certificates were presented to the winners.    

                            





Congratulations 2017 Prince George Master Gardener Class
Left to Right:  Don Yavorsky, Becky Joyner, Greg Dommert, Juanita Thorne, Debra Kaufman, Jennifer Mason, Connie Mason, Brenda Gay, James Gay, Jennie Lockett, Charles Leonard, Tracy Wray, Ashleigh Wray, Cindy Hancock, Regenia Grubbs, Lori DePrisco, and Len DePrisco.


                    Have a gardening question?

                  We'll do our best to answer it!!

Email Us:  
ASKAMASTERGARDENERPG@GMAIL.COM




         Would you like to be a Prince George Master Gardener?
For additional information contact Scott Reiter, Extension Agent,
Crop and Soil Science on 804 733-2686.

OUR PGMGA OFFICERS FOR 2017-2018 ARE:

President - Earlene Hogg
Vice President - Barbara Geer
Secretary - Janet Fisher Callis
Treasurer - Andrea Schneck
Historian - Beth Saunders

LEARN HOW THE PRINCE GEORGE MASTER GARDENER ASSOCIATION SUPPORTS THE NEW LIBRARY BY GOING TO THE EDUCATION TAB

       SEE THE  MONTHLY LIBRARY DISPLAY BOARD
                         GO TO EDUCATION TAB


                Thank you fellow gardeners for supporting our 11th ANNUAL GOOD GARDENING  SYMPOSIUM 
                               
              MARCH 9TH, 2013

"The Natural Progress of Gardening"
                     
   "Increase your gardening knowledge from planting to preserving."

Download a registration:  To download in word format
click here.
If you prefer PDF click here.   
GGS Flyer click here.

      

                   10th ANNUAL GOOD GARDENING SYMPOSIUM
                              
                                              MARCH 10TH, 2012

                Indulge Your Senses....
                       at the 10th Annual Good Gardening Symposium

Enhance your knowledge so you may enjoy your garden with all your senses.
Download a registration:  To download in 
 Word format click here.  When asked if you wish to open or save this file, please select save.
If you prefer PDF click here.

Andrea Schneck and Earlene Hogg instruct Master Gardener Interns
on pruning ornamentals at the Richard Bland College Water Garden.
This session was available to the public.