The University of Arizona

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Improving Lives, Communities and the Economy

Yavapai Master Gardeners Resources

  • Volunteers installing irrigation system.

    Sharing a Passion for Plants

    Read More
  • Apache Plume

    Native & Naturalized Plants Database - a service by Yavapai Master Gardeners

    Read More
  • Backyard Gardener Web Site

    Read More
  • Learn more about home gardening in Yavapai county

    Read More
  • Photo Courtesy: Mary Barnes, Yavapai County Master Gardeners

    Cooperative Extension's Master Gardeners Help Give Pre-Schoolers a 'Head Start'

    Read More

Master Gardeners are trained volunteers who provide educational information to Cooperative Extension clientele. To become a Master Gardener in Yavapai County you must complete the formal Master Gardener training in Yavapai County, and then complete 50 volunteer hours within 13 months to become certified. After that there is an annual requirement of 25 volunteer hours and 6 continuing education hours to remain certified.

What's Happening

The annual Master Gardener Monsoon Madness Plant and Yard Sale is a huge event - lots of plants, tools, and garden-related items.

Tree staking is a prime example of how people cause lasting plant damage while thinking they are helping the plant. Learn how to correctly stake a tree here.

Yavapai County Master Gardeners | A new link has been shared | 23 hours 43 min ago

Conenose bugs, also called Kissing bugs, are blood-feeding insects that occur across Arizona. You really don't want them in your living/sleeping space. Learn about them here.

Yavapai County Master Gardeners | A new link has been shared | 2 days 4 hours ago
Yavapai County Master Gardeners | A new link has been shared | 3 days 8 hours ago

No videos for Yavapai Master Gardeners Resources are listed. Please watch Arizona Cooperative Extension videos on YouTube.