Spring is almost here, and it's time to learn more good gardening tips and lessons from our friend, Richard Green, of the Grayson County Master Gardeners.
The Grayson County Master Gardener Association is an educational and volunteer program affiliated with the Texas Master Gardener Association and the Texas Cooperative Extension within Texas A&M University.
The program is designed to increase the availability of horticultural information and extend horticultural projects throughout Grayson County. These goals are implemented through the training and volunteer efforts of the group.
Master Gardeners contribute many volunteer hours to help schools, churches, businesses and citizens with various gardening projects. Master Gardeners also use their knowledge to answer gardening questions at the local extension office, sponsor educational programs, assist with youth gardening programs, and participate in city beautification projects.
For additional information about Texas Master Gardeners or answers to your horticulture questions, feel free to contact a Grayson County Master Gardener at the Extension Office by calling 903-813-4204 or visit www.graysoncountymastergardeners.net