Master Gardeners in Action
Henrico Master Gardeners attend Zoom meetings, classes
February 2021 – This year, despite Covid-19 Restrictions, Henrico County Master Gardeners are continuing to hold Association meetings and participate in Advanced Training classes by holding all sessions via Zoom. The Henrico Master Gardeners Association offers Advanced Training classes weekly during the months of February and March. Association members can fulfill their continuing education requirements by attending these classes.
Master Gardeners put Short Pump Pollinator Garden to bed for winter
December 2020 – Despite restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic, Cindy Blanchard, Susan Douglas, Mitzi Golod, Carol McGrath and Linda McBride were able to safely mulch the pollinator demonstration garden at Short Pump Park as part of its annual winterization.
Henrico Master Gardeners attend Advanced Training classes
February 2020 – Master Gardeners are required to complete at least 12 hours of continuing education each year in order to maintain their Master Gardener status. The Henrico Master Gardeners Association offers Advanced Training classes weekly during the months of February and March. Association members can fulfill their continuing education requirements by attending these classes.
Henrico Master Gardeners hold first annual Bug Bizarre
September 2019 – When Henrico Master Gardeners put on the first Henrico County Bug Bizarre on Saturday, Sept. 14, more than 623 people came to the Deep Run Park Recreation Center to learn about bugs and bug-related issues. More …
Butterfly Festival, Plant Sale exceed expectations
June 2019 – The facts that (1) it wasn’t raining and (2) it wasn’t 90 degrees in the shade on Saturday, June 15, were both good omens. So good, in fact, that the Butterfly Festival and Plant Sale exceeded expectations in almost every way! More …