Plant Sale 2020

Rain or shine, the Gwinnett County Master Gardener’s Association is hosting its annual Spring Plant Sale fundraiser on Saturday, April 25, 2020, at the Lilburn Library and City Hall parking lot (4817 Church Rd, NW, Lilburn). From 8am – 2pm, visitors will find an exciting variety of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, vegetables and herbs, with an equally satisfying selection of natives and pollinator-friendly plants.  

ONLY cash and checks will be accepted at the sale! 

(no credit cards will be accepted)

May Meeting – Photo Contest Gallery

Our May 18th monthly meeting will display member entries to this year’s photo contest which promises to be a wonderful display from our gardeners. We welcome back Eric Bowles, the judge for our contest.  Submissions are due by 30 March 2020 and guidelines have been posted in our member section of the website.  In addition to this years contest, we’ve been invited to display some of the amazing photos submitted to the contests over the years! This showing will be at the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center and will run from mid-June through August 15th.  Join us at Bethesda Senior Center at 7pm for the photos, or bring a dish to share and join our potluck dinner at 6:30pm.

February 2020 Meeting

We had a great lunch crowd of gardeners to hear Barbara Dorfman educate us on how to “Feel Empowered to Prune“.  Barbara is a Master Gardener and a landscape consultant and spoke well to this topic.  With plenty of analogies, ideas, and pictures, Barbara explained how to cut more confidently.  She brought tools that make the job easy, explaining how shrubs and trees will respond to various cuts and types of pruners.  There were plenty of tips on how to renew overgrown or butchered shrubs.  

Garden Tour May 2020

Gwinnett County Master Gardeners Association Presents:

Down the Garden Path

Saturday, May 30, 2020

Gwinnett Master Gardeners will showcase seven diverse gardens:

  • A Certified Native and Wildlife Habitat employing only native plants
  • A formal English style garden with winding paths and water features
  • A landscape featuring sustainable practices, statues and a koi pond
  • A Charleston style garden utilizing classic Southern plants
  • Two inviting pocket size garden retreats

Many gardens are located in shade and on slopes providing ideas on how to beautify a challenging landscape.  All Gardens are along the Highway 78 Corridor from Lilburn / Lawrenceville to Grayson.

Tickets go on sale April 1st.  $15 cash or check, $16 online, credit card purchase, $20 day of the tour at Garden #1 or #7.  On-line sales coming soon.  

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