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If you are looking for a great kick off to the 2014 gardening season ~ then you are in luck! The Chisago County Master Gardeners are happy to announce the 2014 Spring Gardening Event on Saturday, March 8, 2014. We are offering a great line-up of classes that are sure to appeal to everyone, check out the brochure for all the details: 2014BonanzaBrochure.pdf And then be sure to print out and send in the registration form: 2014BonanzaRegistrationForm.pdf to save your spot at this years' event!
Ever feel like winter is too long and you want to get out in your garden again come the middle of January? Well - the Chisago County Master Gardeners have the cure for your winter blues. Come to one or all of our Spring Classes to jump start your 2014 gardening season. We have a great line up of classes including: Pruning Apple Trees, Apple Pests and Diseases, Growing Blueberries, Strawberries & Raspberries, Growing Sweet Potatoes & Tomatoes, and The Secret to a Healthy Garden: Soil. Classes are only $5 each, print out the brochure here: 2014SpringClassSeries.pdf, fill it out and send it in right away to save your spot!
Start planning your garden now - Check out the list of plants for sale by the Chisago County Master Gardeners! 2014PlantSale.pdf
The Chisago County Master Gardeners are happy to offer three fall classes to the general public this fall. There is something for everyone starting with 2013 Fall Yard and Garden Do's and Don'ts.pdf on Tuesday, September 24th from 6-7:30pm. The second class 2013 Seed Saving.pdf onTuesday, October 1st from 6-7pm, and 2013 Time to Plant Spring Bulbs.pdfon Tuesday, October 8th from 6-7:30pm. The cost to attend each class is only $5.00, please call 651-277-0151 to pre-register (so we have enough handouts available), or by e-mail at email@example.com See you there!
Watch for the Chisago County Master Gardeners will be out and about this summer. Come visit us at the Chisago County Fair in the 4-H Building July 18-21, the Almelund Threshing Show August 9-11. And at various Farmers Markets accross Chisago County...be sure to stop with all your gardening questions or bring samples of plants or insects for us to identify! You can also e-mail our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 651/277-0151