Gardening in Mason County can be a very rewarding experience. WSU Extension provides objective, research-based and credible information you can use in your garden every day. In addition to answering your gardening questions the Extension office, with their team of volunteer Master Gardeners, can help you with plant identification, and plant problem diagnosis.
To get started give the Extension office a call at 360-427-9670 Ext. 680 or email our Master Gardener Program coordinator, R. Jeanne Rehwaldt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to helping you achieve your gardening goals.
Vendor Applications Now Available for May Plant Sale
Master Gardeners are now accepting applications from vendors for our May 6 & 7 plant sale.
The flat fee is very reasonable and many customers will be coming to Kneeland Park. Join us in making this year’s event bigger and better than ever. Master Gardeners have the exclusive right to sell plants. If you wish to sell plants, you must obtain prior approval.
Deadline for applications is April 1, 2016.
Through The Garden Gate Gardening Workshops
These popular gardening workshops are held two Saturdays per month, January through March. Each class begins at 9 AM and ends at Noon. Pre-registration is required, $5 fee is collected at the door. Call 360-427-9670 Ext. 680 to register.
Interested in becoming a volunteer Master Gardener?
Click on Master Gardener in the list on the left.
Publications about fruit tree pruning
Click for the link to purchase WSU Fruit Handbook ($6.50 for PDF)
GARDEN TOUR 2015 was a great success. The brief rain showers added some much needed water to the soil and didn’t seem to deter over 170 people who toured the gardens. Watch for our 2016 Garden Tour, tentatively scheduled for the Union area. Contact the R. Jeanne Rehwaldt at 360-427-9670 Ext. 688 if you have a garden you would like to be considered for the tour.