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SPRING 2021 GAZETTE!!

Read it HERE …… and enjoy!




Planting for Pollinators Japanese Beetles

Spring Garden Tasks Blueberries

Mixing Containers Kids Korner

Gardens to Tour Indoor Gardening 

Sustainable Gardening

Plott!ing a Vegetable Garden for Crop Rotation


And MUCH more

Plant Sale

Download a copy of the plant sale flyer HERE.  Print it off and place copies in your favorite stores, restaurants, posting places. 

Flower Theme Notecards Available

We're excited to offer new for 2021, BCMG Note Cards! 

The cards feature eight of the photos submitted for last year's photo contest. 

For more information and to order, click HERE

Plant of the Month

February 2021

Clematis (Clematis spp.)

  • Type: Perennial Vine
  • Light: Sun/Part Shade
  • Water: Medium
  • Soil: Rich, Well-Drained
  • Height: 7-10 Feet
  • Width: 3-6 Feet
  • Flower: White, Pink, Deep Rose, Purple
  • Bloom Time: Spring, Summer, Fall

          For more information, click here.

          2021 Gardening Calendar

          Tennessee Home Fruit and Vegetable Garden 2021 Calendar

          Published by UT Extension Institute of Agriculture - available by clicking HERE

          BCMG Speakers Bureau

          Blount County Master Gardeners now have a Speakers Bureau to provide our community with research-based lawn and gardening information. The Speakers Bureau makes available knowledgeable member speakers on a wide variety of horticultural topics.  For more information and how you can schedule a speaker, click here.

          New Book Release - Right Now!

          Right Now! Attracting Pollinators to East Tennessee Gardens

          ...and it's available RIGHT NOW  

          For information about the book and how to get a copy, click on the front cover picture.

          What We Do

          Certified Extension Master Gardeners are trained by University of Tennessee (UT) Extension Service professionals to provide sound, practical, research based information in the areas of residential and consumer horticulture.


          We strive to promote environmental stewardship and share the joys of gardening by:
          • Coordinating and managing gardening-related service projects;
          • Answering horticultural questions posed by community gardeners;
          • Helping to educate the public by holding gardening classes and plant clinics, and writing about gardening topics of interest to our community.
          For more information click here.

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