Master Gardeners to the Rescue!

Recently I was made aware of the scope of ser­vices of the Mas­ter Gar­den­ers. These folks are trained thru the Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia exten­sions across the state in all aspects of hor­ti­cul­ture. They are charged with doing vol­un­teer work when they grad­u­ate, amount­ing to 50 hours the first year after they com­plete the course, and 25 hours each year after. One of their more won­der­ful ser­vices is their hot line..they can answer all mat­ter of ques­tions. I recently con­tacted them on my poor dead lawn, and I’m in the process of send­ing them pho­tos. I get lots of ques­tions on my web­site that do not per­tain to nurs­eries. Because I am hor­ti­cul­tur­ally chal­lenged, please, gen­tle read­ers, con­tact the Mas­ter Gar­den­ers at mglosangeleshelpline@​ucdavis.​edu or call 6265861988 — you will be glad you did!

One of my beloved succulents...

One of my beloved succulents…

One Response to Master Gardeners to the Rescue!

  • I have fourty one gal­lons of Eve’s cac­tus that need t.l.c.We do not own a home and am not able to take care of them. If you plant them in ground, they grow into beau­ti­ful trees with hot pink flow­ers! I am gone so much that I am not even able to water them. Sum­mer is here, and because I love them, I need to donate them.
    I hope you are able to help me, if not give me advice on what to do.
    Thank you. Elaine Woo

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