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Not Too Late To Become A Master Gardener
Wednesday, December 26, 2012 • Posted December 30, 2012

The Master Gardeners of Blanco County will be holding classes for new members beginning January 8, 2013. There is still room for a few more students. Our next classes will not be held until January 2015.

Master Gardeners is an active organization that throughout the year gives gardening advice, presentations, and occasionally helps with the hard work it takes to create beautiful landscaping and successful gardens throughout Blanco County.

To become a part of this group you must first complete 50 hours of training done with the cooperation of AgriLife Extension Office, Texas A&M University and Master Gardeners of Blanco County. Classes will be held from 1pm to 5pm each Tuesday afternoon in the Hoppe Room of the Blanco County Annex in Johnson City. Applications are available at the AgriLife Extension office, 101 E. Cypress, Johnson City or call the Extension office at 830-868-7167 and they will email an application to you. Don’t miss out on enjoying the fun activities.

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