Master Gardener Program
Master Gardeners Extend Gardening and Landscaping Information to the Public
Who are UCCE Master Gardeners? UCCE Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who provide unbiased information to the public. Areas of expertise include drought-resistant sustainable landscapes and food production in home, community and school gardens.Our San Bernardino County Master Gardeners reach over 30,000 residents annually. Thank you for your service and commitment to this important program that brings objective information directly to the public.
Do you have a home landscape or gardening question? Contact a MG volunteer for help at email@example.com
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UCCE Master Gardener Program Mission Statement
Extend research based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape practices to the residents of California and be guided by our core values and strategic initiatives.
May Gardening Tips
It’s time to:
- Fertilize: strawberries, cane berries after harvest, roses at bloom start, citrus
- Mulch plants to control weeks, cut spent flowers, trim hedges
- Transplant tomatoes, eggplant, and peppers as temp warms up
- Plant seed: Beans, beets, carrots, corn, chard, cucumber, melons, okra, parsley, parsnip, peppers, pumpkins, radish, all squash, tomatoes, cantaloupe, eggplant, jicama, okra, tomatoes
- Set out herbs and all vine crops
Speaker Request for a Master Gardener Presentation
Have you considered having a UC Cooperative Extension Master Gardener volunteer speak to your club or organization? Topics include: beautiful, drought efficient landscapes, growing food in backyard, school, and community gardens, and the interaction of horticulture, health, and happiness! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org at least 45 days in advance of your chosen date and include the event name, organization, time, and location. Thanks!