Mark Your Calendar Now!
Make plans to shop at the 2017 DCMGA Spring Plant Sale, on Saturday, April 29, on the grounds of the Trinity United Methodist Church, in Denton. The sale is scheduled for 9 A.M. – 2 P.M, but shop early! The most exciting items will go fast! See the Plant Sale page for details.
The 2017 DCMGA Garden Tour is coming on May 13. This year’s theme is “Passport to Nature”, with 6 gardens belonging to Denton County Master Gardeners and 2 bonus gardens. See the Garden Tour page for more information, including pictures, maps, and online tickets.
Monarch Waystations for North Texas
The Flower Mound Public Library will host Carol Clark, Texas Master Naturalist, Native Plant Society of Texas member, and Conservation Specialist with Monarch Watch, on Tuesday, March 21, at 7:00 P.M. Carol will speak about “Monarch Waystations for North Texas”. For reservations, please email the library at email@example.com or call 972.874.6165. For more information download a flyer here.
The DCMGA Children’s Garden
The Children’s Garden invites parents and their children to learn about gardening through planting, maintaining, and harvesting vegetables and herbs, Thursday mornings, 10 AM to 11 AM, starting March 23. The DCMGA Children’s Garden shares the garden area with Fairoaks, a senior independent living community. It’s a wonderful opportunity for children, parents and seniors to experience growing a garden together. For a schedule and other information, see the Upcoming Events page.
Junior Master Gardener Activities for Kids
Denton County Master Gardeners invite kids and their adult companions to garden and explore their world through meaningful horticultural and environmental science activities using hands on activities, arts and crafts, and literature. For more information and registration, see the flyer.
2017 Aubrey Area Library Gardening Series
In association with the Aubrey Area Library, DCMGA will present the 2017 Aubrey Area Library Gardening Series, starting Thursday, February 16. For topics and location information, see the Upcoming Events page.
2017 Garden Secrets Classes
Keep Lewisville Beautiful offers free classes monthly on various gardening topics with speakers from Denton County Master Gardener Association and the AgriLife Extension Office. The classes are held in Classroom 1 at the MCL Grand (100 N. Charles St., in Lewisville beginning at 6:00 p.m. Classes are limited in size, so pre-registration is requested. Topics include: vegetable gardening, composting, container gardening, shade gardening and many more. For more information: KLB Garden Secrets Classes.