An experienced Master Gardener conducts a free Sherwood Demonstration Garden group tour for individuals, family, and friends at 9am, followed by safe sun Solar Observation Viewing (if no clouds/rain) with Community Observatory volunteers from 10am-noon. Fun for everyone!
9:00 - Noon, $2 parking at the Sherwood Demonstration Garden, 6699 Campus Drive in Placerville
Learn techniques to propagate common plants found in your home, garden or landscape. Processes from cuttings, layering and divisions will be discussed. Save money, have fun and learn a simple way to expand your garden using materials you already have and grow.
9:00 am-noon, $2 parking at theherwood Demonstration Garden, 6699 Campus Drive in Placerville
Find out everything about growing succulents and designing decorative bowls as gifts. Enter the exciting World of Succulents through a presentation and interactive participation. Succulents are water-saving at best, and you’ll learn how to grow, water, propagate, feed and protect these special plants from freezing.
9:00 am-noon at the Cameron Park Community Center, 2502 Country Club Drive in Cameron Park
Learn all about this invasive weed that has taken over large portions of California’s range land and urban landscape. Learn about Starthistle origins, how it moves, why it is so difficult to control, how to overcome these difficulties, control methods, and how to design an effective control program.
9:00 am-noon at the Government Center Hearing Room Bldg C, 2850 Fairlane Court in Placerville
Did you know the many ways the UCCE Master Gardener Demonstration Garden is used? The UCCE Master Gardener Demonstration Garden of Calaveras County has become a venue for collaboration among local agencies. It is now the site for the only farmers market in the small town of San Andreas and provides fruits and vegetables to clients that have EBT cards. The Demonstration Garden is a sanctioned classroom for the Calaveras High School. High School Students learn at the Demonstration Garden and then in turn share their knowledge with students at elementary schools within the Calaveras Unified School District. One of the largest events of the year titled "Kid's in the Garden" is an event that is the product of collaboration with Calaveras County First 5 and Calaveras County Prevent Child Abuse Council. Stay tune for our 2020 events!
The UCCE Tuolumne County Master Gardeners will host a presentation by Mary Campbell of The Garden Company in Sonora at their General Meeting on Tuesday, November 5th, beginning at 5pm at the Senior Center, 540 Greenley Road, Sonora. Her presentation will be on “Propagating Natives.” Mary will guide us through native plant propagation from seeds to hardwood cuttings and pruning native plants. She will demonstrate practical applications and assist those who wish to try their hand at hardwood cuttings. Mary’s philosophy for gardeners is “Garden Where You Are...” by growing plants particularly suited to the foothills of the Sierra Nevada with cold, wet winters, long, hot and dry summers and abundant wildlife who don’t appreciate the aesthetics of a beautiful garden.
The public is welcome to attend the free presentation.
Weeds, Forages, and Natives of the Central Sierra Nevada
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