Who We Are
Master Gardeners share unbiased, research-based horticultural information with home gardeners and landscapers. The organization also encourages young people to enjoy the pleasures of flower and vegetable growing through the Junior Master Gardener program.
How To Become A Master Gardener
Applications to become a Master Gardener are taken every other year. Applicants go through a screening and interview process. Once accepted, attendance at all Master Gardener training classes is required to complete the training. Master Gardeners participate in more than 60 hours of classroom instruction on basic botany, vegetables, soils, herbs, wildlife control, insects, turfgrass, flowers, diseases, woody ornamentals, fruits, and pesticide safety.
Following the training sessions, Master Gardener interns are required to complete a 60-hour internship through approved volunteer services.
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4-H Park Gardens
Yost House Museum Gardens
Flanagan School Garden
Village of Flanagan- Legion Lake, Downtown, Library
Extension Office Pollinator Garden
Youth Enrichment Lessons
Community Cancer Center
Herb Garden at ISU Horticulture Center
Mecherle Healing Garden at Advocate BroMenn
McLean County Junior Master Gardener Projects
Unity Community Center
Holton Homes Junior Master Gardeners/ Nature Workers 4-H SPIN Club
Bloomington Junior High Garden Club
Children's Discovery Museum
LeRoy School Garden
El Paso Library Pollinator Garden
Garden of Giving at Great Oaks Community Church
- Gazebo Garden
- Display Garden
Woodford County Courthouse Gardens
Germantown Hills School Garden
Eureka Library programs
El Paso Library programs
Educational Presentations to the public
- Plant Science table
Gardeners’ Gathering in April
Plant Sale in May