from Johnson County Master Gardeners
WANT TO BECOME A JOHNSON COUNTY MASTER GARDENER?
Beginning April 2nd, 2019, a new class for Johnson County Master Gardeners begins! You can be part of that class. Whether you are a avid gardener or someone who knows nothing about gardening, and wants to learn. This is a great way to start. You will learn from Educators and Trained Professionals. All you need is a commitment, and a desire to help in the community, your community. Just contact your local Texas A&M AgriLife Office in Cleburne (817-556-6370) and get the details, and an Application. There are many Master Gardeners throughout Johnson County making a difference in the community and enjoying working with other Master Gardeners, as well as sharing their knowledge with others. Here are the dates for the classes:
April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30th
May 9, 14, 21, and 28th
This is a Tri-County Intern Class. Classes will rotate between Cleburne, Granbury, and Glen Rose. There will also be one class held at the Fort Worth Botanical Garden. Quickly get your application in as time is running out and seats are limited. Call today!
Our Trial Vineyard at Russell Farm in Burleson has gone dormant and looks like a bunch of witches fingers sticking out of the ground! Our Grape plants have grown a lot in their first season. When spring approaches we will be pruning and training our plants. I have put up all of the Sponsor Signs for the vineyard and here are some pictures in case you can’t get by to see them. Thank you to all the Johnson County Master Gardeners and Travis Morris (Travis Vineyards) for making the Vineyard Trial happen.
Meet your County Extension Agent
Justin Taylor Hale
Extension Agent, Johnson County, Texas
A&M AgriLife Extension Service
1 N. Main STE# 309 Cleburne, TX 76003
For more information contact Master Gardener Elaine Bell at 817-309-8052.