Educating the gardening public is central to the MMGA’s mission. When the COVID-19 pandemic struck in 2020 and we all started spending more time at home, the number of people looking to learn about gardening grew exponentially. To meet this need, the MMGA created a new educational offering for gardeners at every level: seasonally-focused series of lectures, offered online on weeknight evenings. We are happy to say that feedback has been enthusiastic, and hundreds of home gardeners have now participated. Based on your positive response, we are continuing this program.
GARDENING KNOW-HOW SERIES
Four 1-1/2 hour weeknight webinars on four timely topics each season
Sign up for one season or more!
Offered four times in 2023:
Spring Gardening Series (February-Registration Closed )
Summer Gardening Series (May-Registration Closed )
Fall Gardening Series (August-Registration Opens June 1)
Winter Gardening Series (November)
Recent topics have included the following, and more are being added each season:
Pruning: Why, How and When to Prune Your Shrubs
Preparing Your Garden for the Coming Season
Plant Selection and Care
Starting Flowers and Vegetables from Seed
Planting Spring-Blooming Bulbs
Registration for each Gardening Know-How Series typically opens two months in advance of the first session. Signup is announced in The Dirt, our free monthy e-newsletter. Subscribe HERE.
Looking for more in-depth gardening/horticultural education? Consider our 10-week Home Gardener Boot Camp Program.
Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.
Email us at KnowHow@MassMasterGardeners.org
The Gardening Know-How Series was formerly called the Home Gardening Webinar Series.
Photos courtesy of Swanson Nursery (seedlings), HGTV (vegetables), Gardening etc. (meadow), and Corelic Online (coldframe).