LantanaLearn how to have a beautiful water-conserving landscape.

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and the Denton County Master Gardener Association will present an Earth-Kind Landscaping Lecture Series, four Saturdays: September 13 and 20 and October 11 and 18, at the South Branch Library in Denton.   Admission is free, but preregistration is required.   Details on the Upcoming Events page.

Are you interested in becoming a Master Gardener?   DCMGA is now accepting applications for the High fiveClass of 2015.   The deadline to apply is October 17.

Want to learn more about being a Master Gardener?    Join us for our Class of 2015 “Round Up” open house on Wednesday, October 15.

For more information about the Master Gardener program, “Round Up” and an online application, see the Become a Master Gardener page.

The Dallas Morning News recently published an article about master gardener activities in North Texas.

small-flyer-edited-7-30-for print copySave the Date!   Our annual Fall Garden Festival is set for Saturday, October 4.   This year we are at a new location–Trietsch Memorial UMC in Flower Mound.   For more information, see the Upcoming Events page.

Hope you can come!




janet awardWe are so proud! Congratulations to our wonderful Horticulture Agent, Janet Laminack in recognition of her skills and support in sharing information with us and the public. Award from TCAAA. (Texas agricultural agents association.)


sharing from children garden Although the Children’s Garden project at Fairoaks is on hiatus for the summer, the garden continues to produce tomatoes and peppers. Dana harvested this bunch today and put it in the Fairoak’s community center kitchen for the residents. The residents have also been picking for their personal use.

watering canYour trees may need extra water. This Tree Watering Tips video will help you know when and how to water your trees.



in_the_spotlight-webIn the spotlight: Children’s Garden mission and accomplishments in Denton Record Chronicle article.