Free Online Gardening Talks!
University of Arizona Pima County Cooperative Extension
Presented By: Pima County Master Gardeners
- Classes offered online via Zoom
- Computer or smart device required
- Register in advance using the links below
- After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions to join class
Now that you have your raised bed, we’ll discuss how to keep it going, what problems you might expect to encounter, and how to deal with any issues. .
Onions are one of the most wide-spread crops, grown since antiquity. They can be grown here, albeit with some special considerations. Learn how to grow onions from Master Gardeners with local experience in how to make it work here in our unique climate.
How to fill your yard with beautiful butterflies by using the plants that attract them. Learn which plants are best, how to plant and care for them, and bring your yard alive as never before.
Yes, tomatoes DO grow here – with the right techniques you can grow many wonderful varieties. Learn the tricks of the trade from Master Gardeners so that you too can pick fresh, ripe tomatoes from your most successful garden ever.
Join us for a new type of presentation – Short Takes. Short Takes are 15–30-minute classes, focused on a single idea. No fancy PowerPoint slides; just straightforward, common-sense information that will help you increase your gardening success. In this talk, Barry will discuss his favorite 5 cacti, and the properties that make them unique.
Are you considering growing a peach, apricot or apple tree but not sure how to do that in the desert? Join us to learn how you can choose a variety that will do well here as well as the basics of growing from planting to pruning to harvest.
Diagnosing problems in the garden can be complicated and confusing. To help, we're offering a series of classes, each concerned with a very narrow type of problem. Today, we're focusing on leaves that are torn, chewed, ripped, have holes cut in them, or are missing altogether. What is doing this and how can you help your plants survive the damage.
Diagnosing problems in the garden can be complicated and confusing. To help, we're offering a series of classes, each concerned with a very narrow type of problem. Today, we're focusing on "yellow leaves". Learn what's causing different types of yellowing you see on your plants' leaves, and what can you do about it.