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Master Gardeners are trained and certified by the University of Georgia Extension Program. For more information about the Cooperative Extension Service and how to become a North Fulton Master Gardener, click here.

Upcoming Events:

Garden Faire
Saturday, April 25, 2015
9:00am to 3:00pm
Historic Bulloch Hall, Roswell

Our mission is to provide horticultural education, service and inspiration in the North Fulton community.

Garden Faire

We are seeking vendors for the Garden Faire scheduled on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9am - 3pm at Historic Bulloch Hall in Roswell, Georgia. We have a limited number of spaces available, so reserve your spot soon by completing our Garden Faire Vendor Commitment Form. For more information, contact Lee Tanenbaum, Vendor Chair, at 678-310-0873 or LRTanny@gmail.com.

Project Gardens

The North Fulton Master Gardeners develop and maintain several project gardens. These gardens illustrate different plants and gardening techniques. They include shade gardens, rock gardens, wildflower meadows, historical gardens, herb gardens, and vegetable gardens. Find out more...

Speakers Bureau

Master Gardeners are available to speak at your next meeting or event on a multitude of topics. To request a speaker, contact Rolando Orellana, Cooperative Extension Agent at 404-613-7670 or email jrolando@uga.edu.

Community Classes

The UGA Cooperative Extension in Fulton County and North Fulton Master Gardeners conduct classes to provide up-to-date horticultural programs to the community. Topics include lawn care, perennials, vegetable gardening, maintaining shrubs and roses, and more. Classes are offered in Alpharetta, Roswell, and Sandy Springs.

Master Gardener Hour Radio Show
Saturdays, 11am, Radio Sandy Springs 1620 AM

Every Saturday from 11 a.m. to noon, the Master Gardener Hour radio show provides gardeners with a wealth of landscape management practices and techniques that are recommended by the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension. Guests are chosen from local garden experts. The show covers all aspects of seasonal gardening in the southeast. Call-ins are always welcome.

You can also listen live or to archived programs at Radio Sandy Springs