Montgomery County Master Gardeners
The Montgomery County Master Gardener Association (MCMGA) is a 501c3 volunteer association whose mission is to educate the community through fellowship and demonstration using research-based gardening information. Master Gardeners are representatives of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and follow their recommendations for sharing horticultural-related information to their communities. Information is shared through the master gardener Help Desk, open garden events, speaking engagements, tours, plant sales, seminars, school gardens and classrooms, and booths at community events like home and garden shows.
"I always learn something new when I attend a MG presentation. The people who present are so knowledgeable. Everyone who works in a garden gives it their al"
- Suzette Moore
"Everything the plants are of the best quality - I have attended for 4 years and none of my plants have perished. All of the master gardeners are knowledgeable and more than willing to help - great outing very pleasant and prices are extremely reasonable"
- Juana Reeves
"They are extremely helpful, dedicated individuals who love plants and love sharing their knowledge. It is a strictly volunteer organization. None of the members is benefitting financially from their participation. A wonderful, civic-minded group!"
- Teri Lyn Looney
"knowledgeable master gardeners at all plant locations to help you pick the best plants from the selection and the right one for your application and space."
- Andy Upshaw
"Love love love coming here and learning new things. Never disappointed by the knowledge received from these incredible Master gardeners and volunteers!"
- Kimberly Burden