“They are back!”, Hummingbirds return to Central Texas. Photographer: Randy Brown
Monthly Gardening Seminars for
Central Texas Gardeners
Presented by Bell County Certified Master Gardeners
We are proud to present the following 2019 educational opportunities for our neighbors and fellow gardeners: 2019 BCMG Monthly Seminars – Flyer (PDF)
- June 20 Preserving Your Harvest
- July 18 Pests/Diseases in the Garden
- August 15 Fall Vegetable Garden
- September 19 Fall Lawn Care
- October 17 Landscaping/Xeriscaping
- November 21 Vermiculture (worms)
Location: Bell County A&M AgriLife Extension Offices, 1605 N. Main, Belton
Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
Cost: Free of charge, but BCMGA will accept donations of up to $5.00
For Information and/or To Register: firstname.lastname@example.org
BC Master Gardeners may register on Volunteer Management System
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April Blooming Bell 2019 – PDF!
Community Project Spotlight
Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Hospital Healing Garden
April 13, 2019: Master Gardeners and 2019 interns repair, clean and replant the BCMGA donated trug at the Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Hospital Healing Garden, a project of the BCMGA. Two flats of red, white and blue Tidal Wave petunias were planted in the shape of the Texas flag. Volunteers pictured: left rear, Master Gardener Mike Butts, left foreground, 2019 intern Laura Briggs, right rear 2019 intern Meredith Amanell, right foreground 2019 intern Alfred Stall. Not shown Master Gardener Kathy Love and 2019 intern Darla Lowe. Read More.
BCMGA Mission Statement
The Bell County Master Gardeners Association assists the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in providing high quality, relevant, research-based horticultural education and service to the residents of Bell County and the state of Texas through outreach, teaching, and demonstration projects.