Jackson County Master Gardener Association

“We Learn, Practice and Teach the Art and Science of Gardening in the Rogue Valley.”

Become a Master Gardener! Enroll in the Jackson County Oregon State Extension Master Gardener™ program.

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TWO Days to purchase your vegetables, natives, perennials, and trees directly from premier Rogue Valley Plant Growers.

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Something eating your garden? The Plant Clinic can diagnose what’s ravaging your plants and how to fix it.

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What’s up? Our calendar keeps you up to date on all of the gardening classes, events and meetings around the Rogue Valley.

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Grow your mind. Check out these links to learn about gardening techniques, encouraging wildlife in the garden and working with nature.

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Dig the Garden Beet! Read our newsletter to get the latest news from the Jackson County Master Gardener community.

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See our gardens on display! Our Demonstration Gardens feature 21 gardens used to teach gardening techniques.

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The Rogue Valley’s gardening family! The Rogue Valley has a vibrant gardening community. Find out more about gardens and grants.

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Help us help our community. We are a non-profit that relies on sales and donations. Help us to continue to support the Rogue Valley.

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The latest news from the Jackson County Master Gardener community


Luck Favors Go-getters in 2022!

| Beet 2022 01 January | No Comments
  Hi JCMGA members, this is your message for January from your President Elect.  I was told an article for the Garden Beet was due by December 17 and during…

A New Year’s Radolution

| Beet 2022 01 January | No Comments
This year, why not resolve to try and bear your cross by sowing seed for Raphanus sativus?  Even if you fall short, the heirloom Long Scarlet radish that grows 5 to 7 inches…

Time to Renew Your JCMGA Membership

| Beet 2021 12 December | No Comments
  JCMGA membership renewal for 2022 is now in progress.  Periodic Mailchimps are being sent to remind you how to renew and to provide you with links to your chosen…

Britt Festival Demonstration Garden – planting day success!

| Beet 2021 12 December | No Comments
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Reelin’ in the Year

| Beet 2021 12 December | No Comments
  Fall has arrived with its gray mornings and rainy days.  As I struggle to get my “Dawn of the Dead” vegetable garden vines and shrubs into the compost pile,…

A Very Merry Winter Berry

| Beet 2021 12 December | No Comments
  A Very Merry Winter Berry While you’ll likely savor Alpine strawberries until late autumn, on occasion you might snatch the last few stragglers in December.  However long they last,…

Why Natives Part 4

| Beet 2021 11 Nov | No Comments
Why Native Plants?  Plant Choice Matters! Part 4 of a four-part series In past articles, I discussed the importance that native plants play in providing ecosystem services.  Part three of…

Congratulations Class of 2020!

| Beet 2021 11 Nov | No Comments
Greetings and congratulations, Graduates!  We have celebrated a momentous occasion, honoring your perseverance and determination to complete the Master Gardener Program. I welcome you all as fully certified Master Gardeners…

Congratulations Graduates!

| Beet 2021 11 Nov | No Comments
Dear Master Gardeners, The biggest news of the month in the world of Jackson County Master Gardeners (in my opinion) is that the class of 2020 has finally graduated! This…