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Gardening with the Masters

Gardening with the Masters is an ongoing lecture series sponsored by the Sandoval County Master Gardeners.

Topics have included: Home Composting, Xeriscaping, Edible Landscaping with Herbs, Indoor Plants, Landscape Design, Tree Pruning, Growing Grapes, Care and Pruning of Roses, Landscaping with Native Grasses, Growing Tomatoes, Soils and Soil Preparation

Location: MEADOWLARK SENIOR CENTER - 4330 Meadowlark Lane from Hwy 528, Rio Rancho. (Southern runs west; Meadowlark runs east from Hwy 528)

Dates: Lectures are usually on the 1st Tuesday of the month, unless a holiday occurs in that week. Then, lectures are scheduled on another Tuesday of that month. Occasionally extra lectures are added. Check the current schedule below.

Time: Lectures are from 7pm - 8:45pm, all parties will be notified if there are changes in the schedule.

Audience: GWM lectures are free and open to the general public. No registration is required.

Do you have a topic that you would like to share? Please contact John Zarola via the Sandoval County Extension Service office.
Email: sandoval@nmsu.edu

Lecture Series

Oct. 7 : Selecting & Growing Xeric plants - Margo Murdock

Nov. 4 : Raised Bed Gardening and Shading - Loren Meinz

Dec. 2 : The Seed2Need Volunteer Garden, Corrales - Penny Davis, et.al.

Jan. 6, 2015: Small Fruit Trees for your Garden - Elizabeth Gardner

Feb. 3: Pruning for the Home Gardener - Elizabeth Gardner

March 3: Growing Tomatoes - Sam Thompson

April 7: Pollinators in Your Garden - Lynda Garvin

May 5: Home Composting and Soil Amending - John Zarola

June 2 Container Gardening ( TBA ) - Kristen Ikenberg