The PEC Master Gardeners wish you All The Best in the New Year.
2022 is The Year of the Garden.
For more information, click here: The Year of the Garden
As we navigate these trying times, take heart, in late February, you can start some seeds!
Maybe this is the year, you will plant a vegetable garden, or put in some beautiful flowers.
A garden can bring so much joy into your life, why not give it a try this year?
And if you need any help, just click on the contact button at the top, and we’ll help you all along the way.
Welcome to the website of the Prince Edward County Master Gardeners. On this page we’ll post news items and updates. As always, if you have a question, write to us, just click on the Contact Us button at the top.
We are delighted to be invited to 99.3 County FM to discuss various gardening topics.
You can tune in to The Grapevine at noon on Thursdays, every couple of weeks, we’ll be on The County Grows.
You can listen here:
If you missed any of the gardening talks, you can listen to them here:
We were delighted to be invited to be part of the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Town and Country Garden Tour on Saturday, July 3rd. This annual garden tour raises funds for the CFUW scholarship program.
We want to thank all the people who came to the garden and we were happy to answer so many gardening questions.
Our hosts, Dave and Sharon Little, were fun-loving grandparents who had created a whimsical children’s garden for their grand children. Dave could be seen driving around the property on his “Flintmobile” and there were wonderful features hidden throughout the garden for the children to find and enjoy. Master Gardeners June Crocco, Gail Walker and Master Gardeners in Training Katie Middleton and Aleksa Kaye thoroughly enjoyed their day in Dave and Sharon’s garden.
Many thanks to June Crocco and Kate Middleton for the photographs.
Thank you to all the people who came to our plant sales at Wellington Market.
June 2020 – We now have copies of the new “Grow Me Instead” booklet from the Ontario Invasive Plant Council.
If you would like one, just send us an email with your name and address to: email@example.com and we will be happy to send one to you.
Or, you can download a copy Grow Me Instead -Southern Ontario 2020
Send us your questions, or comments, or photos, keep in touch.
Take care, stay healthy, stay six feet apart, wear your mask and wash your hands.