Green County MGA

Green County Master Gardeners Association, Wisconsin

Events

CONTENTS

Apr
25
Fri
2014
Growing & Cooking with Scented Geraniums & Other Herbs @ Justice Center
Apr 25 @ 12:00 am – 2:00 am
Growing & Cooking with Scented Geraniums & Other Herbs @ Justice Center | Monroe | Wisconsin | United States

Green County Master Gardener Association April Meeting: Growing and Cooking with scented geraniums and other herbs presented by Deb Pendry. Program is free and public is welcome to join us. Business meeting will be held after the presentation.

Jun
27
Fri
2014
Growing in a Hoop House @ Snug Haven Farm
Jun 27 @ 12:00 am – 2:00 am
Growing in a Hoop House @ Snug Haven Farm | Belleville | Wisconsin | United States

Green County Master Gardener Association June Meeting: Growing in a Hoop House and How to Get a Jump on the Season presented by Bill Warner and Judy Hageman. Program is free and public is welcome to join us. Business meeting will be held after the presentation.

Jul
25
Fri
2014
The Flower Factory Nursery and Garden Tour @ The Flower Factory Nursery
Jul 25 @ 12:00 am – 2:00 am
The Flower Factory Nursery and Garden Tour @ The Flower Factory Nursery | Stoughton | Wisconsin | United States

The Green County Master Gardener Association would like you to join them for their July, 24th meeting. We will be touring the Flower Factory Nursery and Gardens, just south of Madison Wisconsin, located on County Road A, outside of Stoughton Wisconsin. The Flower Factory carries a large selection of perennials including daylilies, hostas, ornamental grasses, pond plants, and rock garden plants. Come visit our beautiful gardens and browse the one of the midwest’s finest selection of plants.

 

More about the Flower Factory Nursery & Gardens: http://www.theflowerfactorynursery.com/index.asp

May
9
Sat
2015
GCMGA Plant Sale @ Government Services Building - Auditorium
May 9 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

The Green County Master Gardener Association’s annual Plant Sale will be held on Saturday, May 9th, 2015. The sale features locally grown plants, donated by Master Gardener Volunteers. Plant varieties vary from year to year depending on donations. Money raised supports educational programs, annual symposium and scholarship awards throughout the year.

Past years have included:

  • annuals
  • vegetables
  • perennials
  • flowering shrubs
  • heirloom vegetables
  • house plants

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