As winter slowly melts away, we can begin to hunt for
signs that our gardens are coming back to life.
Snowdrops, pussy willows, buds swelling on the trees,
the wonderful assortment of birds (with new arrivals
seemingly by the day),are the familiar and cherished
start of a new season ahead.
One of the familiar sights,too, might be the assortment
of seed packages on display at the hardware stores and
nurseries. Or, maybe you were one of the more than
250 people in our area who attended a Seedy Saturday
event to kick start your planting plans.
Grey County Master Gardeners were out and about in
March and early April with presentations /advice clinics
in Markdale, Owen Sound and Wiarton.
Thanks to all who came out to
support these great events.
are trained volunteers who offer non-biased, science-based horticultural information and advice to home gardeners and community groups. Established in 1996, the Grey County Master Gardeners are a member group of Master Gardeners of Ontario Inc. (MGOI)