• becoming a master gardener
  • JMG award 12/10/14
    Accepting $1,000 JMG donation from Sun City Garden Club
  • 2015 MG Plant Sale
  • Monarch feeding on milkweed
    Monarch feeding on milkweed
  • 2015 TMG State Conference
  • Taking soil samples
    Taking soil samples in the demonstration garden

Williamson County Master Gardeners

are volunteers who work with the Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension to improve gardening skills throughout the community. Program objectives are implemented through the training of local volunteers known as Master Gardeners. We collaborate with Extension to conduct youth and community education; establish and maintain demonstration gardens; and provide a speakers bureau. We work with special audiences in the community (4-H horticultural clubs, Junior Master Gardener groups, schools, and others) for youth and community outreach of a horticultural nature. We recruit and educate new Master Gardener candidates for effective volunteering.

What is a Master Gardener?

Master Gardeners are local volunteers in your community who work with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to increase the availability of horticultural information and improve your community’s quality of life through various horticultural projects.
Interested in becoming Master Gardener? Please see information on upcoming 2014 MG class. How can I become a Master Gardener?

Monthly Meetings

"Williamson County" Winecup

“Williamson County” Winecup

Williamson County Master Gardeners hold monthly meetings at 7:00 pm at the Williamson County Extension Office, 3151 SE Innerloop Road, Suite A, Georgetown on the second Monday of each month with the doors open at 6:30 pm for social time. Master Gardeners and the public are welcome to attend.

The Callirhoe involucrata var. lineariloba (pictured right) or “Williamson County” Winecup found only in four or five Texas counties is just one of the many native plants that can be grown in a garden environment. Courtesy Joseph A. Marcus and the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center.

“A garden is a journey that seems to have neither a beginning nor an ending…”
John Gaston Fairey

In the Veggie Garden Blog


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