Annual Summer Garden Tour
The Master Gardeners of the Ozarks will hold their annual garden tour on Friday, June 17, 2016 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year's theme is "Gardening the Ozarks, Branson Style" and will consist of gardens in Hollister, Point Lookout, the Dewey Short Visitors Center, through hills and valleys with flowers and vegetables. Advanced registration is $15 for individuals and you can sign up on-line at www.mgozarks.com, $20 per person on the day of the tour. For more information see attached flyer.
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Master Gardeners of the Ozarks Brown Bag Lunch Garden Series
Pack your lunch and join the Master Gardeners in their demonstration gardens at the Taney County University of Missouri Extension center. Classes are held on the third Tuesday of the month starting in April. Programs begin at noon and run approximately 1 hour. Program Flyer
- April 19 - New Plants to Try This Season
- May 17 - The Ozarks: Perfect Place for Berries
- June 21 - Wild Edibles
- July 19 - Rock Gardening with Succulents
- August 16 - First Aid Kit from the Garden
- September 20 - Vegetables for Your Fall Garden
Master Gardeners of the Ozarks Saturday Classes:
April 9, 2016 - Springtime in the Garden, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., visit the garden and learn from the Master Gardeners about the various plants and ideas utilized in the demonstration garden. The Missouri Department of Conservation will present a program at 10 a.m. on planting and care of trees as part of an Arbor Day observation and will be giving our Viburnum and Plum trees. At 1 p.m. the Master Gardeners will show steps involved casting leafs as molds. The leaves can be used as ornamental features or utilized as birdbaths or fountains.
September 24, 2016 - Monarch Watch, 10 a.m., learn about the monarch butterfly's annual migration and ways that you can assist them as they travel through southwest Missouri. Fall nectar plants, caterpillar host plants and the tag and release program developed by "Monarch Watch" will all be covered. Monarch tagging kits will be available for those who want to tag Monarchs in their own garden.
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