Ask a Master Gar­dener: Get ready for spring

Cecil Whig - - WE ATHE R -

Are you get­ting your gar­den and yard ready for spring? Do you want to know what to plant when? Are you ex­pe­ri­enc­ing a stub­born weed that you can­not iden­tify or con­trol?

The Ce­cil County Master Gar­den­ers are here to help and as­sist you with all your sea­sonal gar­den­ing ques­tions. Master Gar­dener Ken Fis­cher will an­swer all your ques­tions in the Whig to help cre­ate a healthy en­vi­ron­ment that will last for years to come.

Please sub­mit all your gar­den­ing ques­tions and avail­able photos to kfis­cher­mas­ter­gar­dener@ ya­hoo.com.

The Ce­cil County Master Gar­dener pro­gram is a group of lo­cal cit­i­zens whose com­mon goal is to pro­mote safe, ef­fec­tive and sus­tain­able horticultural prac­tices that build healthy gar­dens. Master Gar­den­ers are vol­un­teer rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the Univer­sity of Mary­land Ex­ten­sion and are su­per­vised and sup­ported by Univer­sity of Mary­land Ex­ten­sion staff.

For upto-date in­for­ma­tion on the Mary­land Master Gar­dener Pro­gram, visit their site at ex­ten­sion. umd. edu/ mg. If you are in­ter­ested in be­com­ing a vol­un­teer Master Gar­dener, con­tact Ce­cil County’s Master Gar­dener Co­or­di­na­tor, Doris Behnke, at 410996-5280 or email her at dbehnke@umd.edu.

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