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Montgomery County Master Gardener℠ Program

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A group of Master Gardener℠ volunteers wearing blue shirts.

The Extension Master Gardener℠ Program of Montgomery County was first formed in 2010. Since then it has gained new members, lost old members, and participated in a number of great projects along the way. The main purpose of the group is to help spread science-backed information regarding everything “garden” to the public. This is done through different events, seminars, and demonstrations held throughout the county.

A wooden sign denotes a plant as beautyberry, it is in front of a green bush with purple berries, planted in mulch.

The group currently (2022) manages three gardens in total. The STARworks Pollinator Garden and Demonstration Garden, the Lowe Warner Park Garden, and the N.C. Cooperative Extension – Montgomery County Center beds. Through these three gardens, the group aims to show the public what can be achieved in Montgomery County.

Wooden plant boxes on a bed of gravel.

The Montgomery County Master Gardener℠ Program has a monthly meeting held on the first Monday of the month at 1 p.m. This meeting is open to the public, though an RSVP is requested in advance.

Strawberries inside of a white basket that sits beside a field of strawberry bushes.

If you are interested in joining the Master Gardener℠ Program, attending one of the monthly meetings, or getting a walk around one of the demonstration gardens please contact Kaitlyn Lamaster by phone at 910-576-6011 or by email at kmlamast@ncsu.edu

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Kaitlyn Lamaster, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKaitlyn LamasterExtension Agent, Agriculture - Horticulture Call Kaitlyn Email Kaitlyn N.C. Cooperative Extension, Montgomery County Center
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