The Gardeners of Green Valley
Weekly Gardening Seminars are held from mid-September through November and January through mid-April.
The doors open at 9 am for coffee and socializing. Several Pima County Master Gardeners are always on hand to answer questions, identify plants, and offer solutions to your gardening problems. Seminars begin at 9:30 and last approximately 1 hour. All seminars are open to the public and free of charge.
|Sept. 12||George Stone, Garden Manager||The History of Our Community Garden|
|Sept. 19||No Seminar - Membership Event||Tour of the Arivaca Community Garden|
|Sept. 26||Representative from the Border Patrol||Stopping Insects and Plant Disease at the Border|
|Oct. 3||Bill O'Malley||Tucson Mission Gardens|
|Oct. 10||Jeff Batsome||Insects & Moths of Madera Canyon|
|Oct. 17||Richard Yetman||Roadside Geology|
|Oct. 24||Alex Shipley, Civano Nursery||Description of the Plants Being Sold at the GVG Plant Sale|
|Oct. 31||Phil Mullarky, Pima County Master Gardener||Orchids & Other Indoor Plants|
|Nov. 7||Robert Vaughn, Pima County Natural Resources||Restoration of Historic Canoa Ranch Gardens|
|Nov. 14||Greg Doherty, Bartlett Tree Service||Trees for Our Area & Winter Care.|
Have a topic you would like us to cover? Seen a speaker we should invite? Send your suggestions to the email address below. For complete information regarding our seminars, please e-mail Chuck Parsons or call (520) 625-2899.