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If you want to dig deeper into gardening, you are on fertile ground. Plow through our pages to find all the dirt on gardening in the MidSouth and activities of local Master Gardeners. We are compost of people from all parts of the country, both natives and transplants. Our knowledge stems from classes offered by the UT Extension in Shelby County. Rooted in a tradition of Tennessee volunteerism, we branch out, growing community projects and planting seeds of knowledge wherever we can cultivate an audience. Weed love for you to learn more about us so you can reap the rewards of good gardening. Leaf a message for the webmaster if you have any questions.

 

 

 IN THE COMMUNITY 

  

Check out the Grants & Scholarships page. 

Guideline information and application documents (2018) for the scholarships are posted for both graduating high school students and for College students currently attending school.




MAMG  SPEAKERS  BUREAU

Need a speaker? As a community service, the Memphis Area Master Gardeners provides a diverse group of speakers, at no charge, to schools, clubs, and other interested organizations. All topics are horticulture related. 

A minimum of three weeks' advance notice is required. We will try to fulfill each request. Please include your name, phone number, and email address, group name, date, time and location of meeting and number of attendees.


Contact Speakers Bureau



SPEAKER TOPICS


Click for a listing of available topics

(updated 2 July 2018)




This week on The Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South, it's the Q&A show! We have lots of questions we have not had time to put on TV, so we are catching up. Some of the topics we will be covering include privet, growing in straw, thrips in roses, organize fruit and many more. Eleven questions in all.


Host: Chris Cooper

UT Extension Agent, Shelby County








Remember you can see past 
episodes and segments anytime at:  
 
 
OR
  

The Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South, airs Saturday, July 7th at 3:00 p.m., and Sunday, July 8th at 12:30 p.m. on WKNO/Channel 10. It also airs Thursday, July 12th at 2 pm and 6:30 pm, and Saturday, July 15th, at 2:30 pm on WKNO2 (available over the air on Channel 10.2 and on Comcast Digital Cable Channel 910).

Production Funding for The Family Plot: Gardening in the Mid-South is provided by Good WInds Landscape and Garden Center, International Paper Foundation, and  Dixon Gallery & Gardens.






        

What does go on at the

Agricultural

Extension Service?

Check out this interview with

Dr. Christopher Cooper

and Debby Hall of WREC

 

FOR THE COMMUNITY

                    

2019 Application 
for Master Garden Program



Applications accepted thru July 31, 2018.

Click on the image above Print and return (2 pages)

to the mailing address on the form.

     Please read 'What We Do'



      Issues with your garden or grass? 


       Recommendation: read Soil Test page


            Print Form: Soil & Media Information Sheet


      Why: check with Dr. Christopher Cooper 




2nd Annual Great Tomato Contest
Don't miss it! Enter your gardens best!
Brochure (full information)



PAR  COLLIERVILLE VICTORY GARDEN         


Harvesting Purple Dragon carrots


          Juliet tomato;burgundy okra;black beauty        

                   eggplant; and banana peppers       


Memphis Area Master Gardener Demonstration Garden

Plant A Row (PAR)

2018 


Foods produced by

Memphis Area Master Gardeners:       

  PAR Collierville Victory Garden -  761 lbs

Bouquets Delivered -   YTD  

Given to:   Collierville Food Pantry, 

Resurrection Catholic School, 

 Moriah House and Page Robbins Adult Day Center 

MAMG 2017 Poundage: 4180 pounds

234 Bouquets



The Victory Garden video (click to view)


UT/TSU Shelby County Extension Office
Agricenter International - Suite B, Box 21
7777 Walnut Grove Rd,
Memphis TN 38120.
Phone: 901-752-1207 Fax: 901-752-6240