Even though the thermometer is a poor indicator, spring 2013 is here and with that the love of gardening.
— Even though the thermometer is a poor indicator, spring 2013 is here and with that the love of gardening.
Whether your garden is to be full of flowers, vegetables, trees, shrubs, ornamental grasses, or is a fruit orchard, the trained, volunteer Master Gardeners (MGs) of Wayne County can help with your questions and/or gardening problems.
Each Tuesday starting in April and continuing through the end of September, Master Gardeners will be on stand-by at the Wayne County Extension Office to help you.
Call 253-5970 extension 1614 or stop by at the Park Street Complex between the hours of 10 a.m. and noon to get 911 for your plants. This is a free public service offered by the MG volunteers.
The mission of the Penn State MG volunteer program is to support the Penn State Cooperative Extension by utilizing research-based information to educate the public on best practices in consumer horticulture and environmental stewardship.
For more information, contact Penn State Extension, 648 Park Street, Honesdale, call 253-5970 ext. 4110, or e-mail WayneExt@psu.edu.