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Gardening questions answered:

Hotline: (858) 822-6910
Fax: (858) 822-7667 
help@MasterGardenerSD.org







9335 Hazard Way, Ste. 201
San Diego, CA 92123


Master Gardener Association of San Diego County supports the University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Program of San Diego County.

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Great Classes, Bountiful Marketplace and Hands-on Workshops await you at the 2017 San Diego Master Gardeners Spring Seminar on Sat. March 18th.

Register and learn more here... 


Classes:  
  • Drought Tolerant Cottage Gardening
  • Hot Colors, Dry Garden 
  • How to Grow Proteas  
  • Fruit Tree Management  
  • Yum! - Grow Exotic Berries"
    • And many more  
Workshops:  
  • How to mount staghorn ferns
  • Self-watering Wicking Beds
Marketplace:
  • Plant Sale
  • Birdhouses
  • Cookbooks
  • Epiphylliums
  • Gourds and Art
  • Succulents
  • Carnivorous Plants
    •  ...and all sorts of other items!
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With warmer weather
just around the corner...



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Early Spring Veggie Gardening


Continue harvesting cool season vegetables and plan for warmer months now.

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Did you know you can "Ask a Master Gardener" at Balboa Park's Botanical Building the first Sat. and Sun. of each month from 10AM - 3:30PM? A certified Master Gardener will answer your questions on gardening, pest management, irrigation, and more. 


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The renowned Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch now also feature the San Diego Master Gardener Demo Gardens. Enjoy educational fun for the whole family.  

 
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Did a snail eat my plant?  
Maybe yes but maybe no. 
 
 
 
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Question:
Spring and new plant growth are just around the corner which means aphids will be too. What do they look like, what is their life cycle and...

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In February, a new monthly column about all-things-gardening debuted in the SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE's "Home and Garden" section. Master Gardeners will pen future articles, scheduled to appear the second Saturday of each month.  
 
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