Summer Programs

Junior Master Gardener

Junior Master Gardener

Master Gardner Connie Petersen and Paulette Madson have planned Junior Master Gardener activities for the year.  Most of the events will be sent out for you to use as resources.  You get to decide how involved you are, you can look at what is sent out, just attend one or two meetings, or just do whatever works for you.

To get us started, we need to order our seeds for the indoor greenhouses - we will be starting some of the seeds early in February! Send your choices from the following by February 13th:

  • Cinnamon Basil
  • Dragon Tongue Beans
  • Red Swan Beans
  • Taiwan Yard-long Beans
  • Choy Sum
  • Blue Queen Butterfly Pea
  • Pusa Sita Black Carrot
  • Chamomile
  • Nagasaki Long Eggplant
  • Marshmallow Flower
  • Borage
  • Boule D’Or Honeydew
  • Nasturtium
  • Bunny Ears Viola
  • Mammoth Melting Snow Peas
  • Lemon Drop Peppers
  • Aji Charapita Peppers
  • Strawberry Spinach
  • White Pineapple Squash
  • Green Zebra Tomatoes
  • Orange Hat Micro Tomato
  • Spoon Tomato-Micro Mini                     

Face-to-Face Meetings: 

  • February 17 1-3 pm - Microgreens, Hydroponics and Greenhouse Planting
  • March 22nd 1-3 pm - Garden Planning and Greenhouse Planting and Transplanting
  • April 7th 9-11:30 am - Horticulture Workshop-Potatoes, Onions, Herbs and Succulents
  • May 6th 1-3 pm - Preparing Greenhouse plants for outside-Plan the Community Garden
  • May 24th 9-11:30 am - Flowers, Vegetables and Community Garden Planting
  • June 16th 9-11:30 am - Insects and Weed Identification and Succession Planting
  • July 7th 9-11:30 am - Harvesting and Preparing Fair Exhibits
  • August 7th 9-11:30 am - Harvesting, Donations, Blight and Preservation