Due to concerns about COVID-19, all events have been cancelled. We will update the site as soon as we know if events can be held safely.
Plant Sale cancelled.
No Garden Walk will be held this year. Unfortunately, this event also needed to be cancelled, however the hope is to have it next year with the gardens that were planned for this year.
Our monthly programs are cancelled for the remainder of the season. If that would change, we will notify you immediately. We have been contacting the speakers lined up and rescheduling them for next year… More information will follow on this as well.
The Green County Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association is presenting their annual Gardening Inspirations For All Seasons Symposium. This year’s topic is
“Heirloom Gardening: Yesterday’s Plants for Today’s Gardener”.
Join us for a relaxed, educational day as we discover gardening practices from the past, onSaturday, March 8, 2014, from 8:00am – 3:30pm. Cost is $35 per person (registered before March 1st) and $40 per person (registered after March 1st.
Speakers will include:
For more information, print the attached Symposium Brochure 2014 or contact the Green County UW-Extension office at 608-328-9440.
Stop and Smell the Roses! Join the Green County Master Gardeners for our 2015, Hidden Delavan Treasures Bus Trip. The cost is $20. Start with a tour with Doug Amon of his rose garden and learn how he takes care of this roses. We will also visit Congdon Gardens and beautiful downtown Delavan. Enjoy Congdon Gardens as well as free time to explore downtown Delavan and grab some lunch (on your own). Finish the day with a stop at Heritage Flower Farm. Here we will tour a grower of heirloom perennials and even get the opportunity to purchase some of these plants.
Bus will be leaving from the Pleasant View Complex back lot sharply at 8:00 am and return by 5:00pm. Payment is due to Green County Extension Office by June 13, 2015. Must Register and Prepay to go.
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