Fall Gardening Workshop - Oct 3, 2015

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The 12th Annual
Master Gardeners of the Ozarks
Fall Gardening Workshop

October 3, 2015
Kimberling City, MO

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Brown Bag Lunch Series Schedule - 2015

  • FREE and open to the public

    At the Demonstration Garden
    Taney County Extension
    122 Felkins Ave.
    Forsyth, MO

    For our Tuesday classes, pack your lunch and join us in our garden setting for casual, informative programs. It is an outdoor setting, so dress appropriately. Some seating is provided, but you can bring a lawn chair. Programs are an hour-long beginning at 12 noon.

  • April 7 - Growing Sweet Potatoes

    Mike Flinn - Master Gardener

    In the garden, on a trellis or in a container, sweet potatoes are a beautiful plant. Delicious tubers in the fall are an added bonus to a lovely foliage and flowers. Listen to Mike tell us how to start slips and harvest tubers.

  • May 5 - Tomatoes for the Garden

    Marie Ewing - Master Gardener

    All the growing tips you will need from choosing the right variety, to watering and diseases. Finally, what to do with your abundant crop, including recipes.

  • June 2 - Keyhole Garden

    Marva Ramsey - Master Gardener

    A new idea for you to explore in raised bed gardening. Keyhole gardens hold moisture and nutrients due to an active compost pile placed in the center of a round bed. visit our demonstration garden and see how they improve growing conditions in just about any climate.

  • July 7 - Drip Irrigation

    Bill Greet - Master Gardener

    It's July and things are getting dry! Hear about water-wise gardening for flowers and vegetables. Learn how to minimize water loss and produce a precise delivery of water to plants.

  • August 4 - Harvest Time

    David Ray - Horticulturist
    College of the Ozarks

    Harvesting your garden, what to do now? David will be available to answer your questions and also to talk about the College of the Ozarks Farmers Market.

  • September 1 - Growing Micro Greens

    Norma Ross - Master Gardener

    Nourish yourself through the winter with fresh greens. Big on nutrition and flavor, micro greens can be expensive to purchase, but can also be grown cost-effectively at home.

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seeds_iconThe Master Gardeners of the Ozarks is based in the Stone and Taney County area with well over 100 active members who participate. The Master Gardeners pay back their education by volunteering in their communities. The volunteer aspect of the program is the heart of the community outreach effort.

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2015 Committees

The 2015 list of Committees and Projects is now available for download. This list contains every standing committee and project as well as chairperson name and phone number and committee members.

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Kimberling Area Library Gardening Classes

The Schedule for Gardening Programs at the Kimberling Area Library has been announced.

The programs are co-sponsored by the KAL and MG Ozarks.

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