PMG Cancels Public Events Through April 30
The Piedmont Master Gardeners have canceled all public events scheduled through April 30, consistent with policies adopted by Virginia Tech and Virginia Cooperative Extension to prevent spread of COVID-19. We regret any inconvenience for those we serve, but we must prioritize public health and safety in this rapidly evolving situation. Please continue to visit our website for updates, including plans for providing ticket refunds and rescheduling events.
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Learn how to keep your trees and shrubs healthy and attractive with proper pruning techniques.Find out more »
UPDATE: This class is full. Thank you for your interest and check our Events Calendar for more Garden Basics classes.
A successful garden begins with healthy soil. Learn how soil works and how to improve yours.Find out more »
On March 5, pest management expert Tim McCoy will present “Pesticides and Pollinators: What Gardeners Should Know.”Find out more »
EVENT STATUS UPDATE: Due to the VCE Master Gardeners Spring Lecture Series being a Virginia Tech sponsored event, this event has cancelled (https://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2020/03/president-covid-notice-march11.html).
We are working on plans for rescheduling and/or refunding ticket sales and will update all ticket holders as details are finalized. Wishing everyone good health in these unpredictable times. Thank you in advance for your understanding.
On March 12, Doug Tallamy, a leading voice for growing native plants in our yards and gardens, will present “Nature’s Best Hope: Creating a Vibrant Ecosystem.”Find out more »
On March 19, Keith Nevison, manager of farm and nursery operations for the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, will speak on “Year-round Vegetable Gardening.”Find out more »
Growing vegetables is easy! Learn how to prepare, plant and tend your vegetable garden.Find out more »
On March 26, Robyn Puffenbarger, chair of the Department of Biology and Environmental Science at Bridgewater College, will give a lecture on “Robins to Raptors: Observing Birds in Our Backyards.”Find out more »