The Master Gardener Volunteers at Montgomery Botanical Gardens have been preparing the gardens for the inevitable arrival of Spring. When Winter seems to be at its most bleak, that is the time for the optimism of gardeners to inspire the preparation of gardens for the coming of Spring. The dedicated volunteers at MBG have been removing winter debris, preparing seasonal beds for planting, pruning plants as appropriate and removing weeds.
In addition to the ongoing need to maintain the gardens, MBG is anticipating scheduled tours of the gardens in April and May. Volunteers have also initiated propagation in the Greenhouse to prepare plants for Spring.
All are welcome to become MBG volunteers and contribute to the health and beauty of this wonderful oasis of nature in the midst of our urban area. So, join us on the THIRD TUESDAY of each month beginning on MARCH 15, 2022, at 9 am. Contact Cathy Maddox if you have questions.
Faithful volunteers, Sara Brown and Justin Skipper, rest a minute between activities.
Volunteer Lynne Kuhlmann adds to the impressive collection of debris gathered for removal.
Volunteers in the greenhouse.