All Group Activities
Have Been Cancelled.
(Check Below for June 17th Webinar)
Please Check with the contacts listed
in the most recent Newsletter for Latest Information.
If you want to know what is going on in our chapter, please see our current or past newsletters, the “Guadalupe Gardener”. Some additional area educational programs and events can be found in our current newsletter.
Click on link: May 2020 Guadalupe Gardener
or see the Newsletters tab at the top of this page.
Guadalupe County Master Gardener Class 34, originally scheduled to start in July 2020 has been postponed. If you are interested in taking the class please send an e-mail to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stay Tuned for Future
The primary purpose of Texas Master Gardeners as a non-profit, educational organization is to increase the public’s knowledge of gardening. We achieve this goal through horticultural classes, demonstration gardens and personal contact. If these programs are of interest to you, please explore this website, view our current newsletter (see link above), come to a monthly meeting (see below) or contact us at email@example.com
Programs are in Schertz, Seguin and Cibolo !!
All Programs are from 12-1 PM
FREE to the Public. Bring your own lunch
Programs Listed Below by Site
Lunch & Learn Webinar! Available to Everyone!!
Details for watching this webinar are not yet available. Check back about June 15th!
Schertz Lunch & Learns
None Scheduled at this time.
Cibolo Lunch & Learns
None Scheduled at This Time
Please “like” the Guadalupe County Master Gardening Group on Face Book. This page is open to the public and we often get plant questions from people with problem trees/flowers/grass, etc. We need help from Master Gardeners like you! You may also want to show off your gardening successes. Here’s the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/148498042257252/
Some Current Guadalupe County Projects
Guadalupe County Community Garden, Schertz
Link to– Guadalupe Gardener – Current and Past Issues
Guadalupe County Master Gardeners is a voluntary service organization which supports the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service by providing horticultural education. A goal of this website is to provide gardening information to the public and inform readers about the Master Gardener program.
Got a question about the Master Gardener Program or a gardening question? Just click on “Contact Us” at the top of this page.