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April 1-October 31; 10 am-2 pm, Monday-Friday; 541-776-7371, ext.204
E-mail your questions : firstname.lastname@example.org (include photos if possible)
Stop in for free assistance with all garden questions or problems, including insect Identification. Call and leave a message any time at (541)776-7371 ext. 204.. Master Gardeners also host Plant Clinics at the Ashland Growers Market on Tuesdays and the Medford Growers Market on Thursdays during the growing season.
More Plant Clinic information
Winter Hours: Nov.1-March 31; 10 am - 2 pm, Tuesday and Thursday only. .
More Gardening Information
Gardening Websites (includes the PNW Handbooks)
Answers for gardening questions (The Master Gardeners Plant Clinic)
To support sustainable community gardening efforts, the Jackson County Master Gardener Association will assist stablished or developing Community Gardens with grants up to $3,000. Application information is available at the Extension Office located at 569 Hanley Road, Central Point, or can be downloaded here. All submissions should be received no later than April 1, 2013. Monetary awards will be given to qualifying Community Gardens on April 10, 2013.
The 34th annual Jackson County Master Gardener SPRING FAIR will be held at the Jackson County Expo, Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5. Click here for more information.
You're invited to the largest plant event between San Francisco and Portland. Now more than ever, people are looking for cost effective ways to enjoy a wide variety of healthy plants, quality products, education, informational opportunities and we look forward to your attendance.
The Jackson County Master Gardener Association has published two Garden Guides to the Rogue Valley, Volume 1 - Vegetables, Berries & Melons and Volume 2 - Ornamental Trees and Shrubs. Click here to open a PDF of sample pages.
Both Garden Guides to the Rogue Valley may be purchased at the Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center or at many local area nurseries and book stores.
For application and more information about the Master Gardener Program contact:
Bob Reynolds, Urban Horticulture
Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center
569 Hanley Road
Central Point OR 97502
phone: 541-776-7371 fax: 541-776-7373