Pima Master Gardeners
Pima County Master Gardeners are university-trained volunteers who serve as community educators. They work with the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension to provide researched-based information on environmentally responsible gardening and landscaping to the public. Gardening questions, call the Plant Clinic 520-626-5161 and ask to speak with a Master Gardener. Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm Read More
2018 Pima Master Gardener Library Talks
Topics include: Tomatoes for the Desert, How to Propagate Plants, Cactus and Succulents, Shade Gardening, Warm-Season Vegetable Gardening, Heat-Proofing Your Garden, and Solving Garden Problems.
Tucson Demonstration Gardens
4210 N Campbell Ave, Tucson 85719
Call 626-5161 for more information
The Master Gardeners maintain demonstration gardens at the Tucson and Green Valley offices which showcase a wide variety of plants and planting, irrigation and composting methods. The gardens are open to the public and may be toured at any time during business hours, when Master Gardeners may also be available to answer your gardening questions. The Master Gardeners provide free guided tours throughout the year at the Tucson gardens. Check the event calendar for dates and times. Let a Master Gardener lead you through our beautiful gardens!
My Dream Garden" Student Art Contest Rules/Entry Form
Master Gardener Home Garden Consultation Service
Pima County Master Gardeners offer a home garden consultation service to local residents. Consultants who are experienced and knowledgeable in urban horticulture will identify plants, diagnose insect problems and plant diseases, evaluate watering issues, and provide general care guidelines. Master Gardener Consultants will spend up to one hour in the client’s garden or landscape answering questions and helping to problem-solve. No physical labor will be performed.
Due to staffing limitations, Home Consulting Service is not available in all parts of Tucson. To request a consultation and determine if your residence is within our currently available service area, call the Plant Clinic at the Pima County Cooperative Extension Office at 626-5161 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The fee for this consulting service is $50. Please describe your problem or question, and provide your physical addres.A consultant will contact you directly to schedule this service.
The Tucson Garden Handbook 4th edition - Vendor List
The Tucson Garden Handbook is a guide for helping people successfully garden in our desert environment. This guide can be used by gardeners at all levels of expertise, but is especially helpful to gardeners new to desert gardening. The Handbook includes how to grow: cacti and agave, desert adapted trees, vegetables and herbs, citrus, flowers and roses. It also contains guidelines for watering, working with your soil, integrated pest management, and much more. You can buy the Handbook at the Pima County Extension office, 4210 N Campbell and at the following retail outlets.
Tucson Community Garden Links
Ask A Master Gardener at Local Farmers Markets
2018 Spring Schedule