Clinton County Master Gardener News

2017 Native Plant Sale Underway in Clinton County
Feb 13, 2017
The Clinton County Master Gardeners have begun their annual Native Plant Sale with the release of the 2017 order form and an announcement that they have added native trees and shrubs as well as two new wildflower seed mixes to their offerings. Also new for 2017, they have expanded their selection of native perennials and all plants will now be sold in pots.
Photo by Master Gardener Karen Elias
Clinton Master Gardener Program Accepting Applications
Jul 24, 2016
Penn State Extension in Clinton County is accepting applications from individuals interested in becoming trainees for the Master Gardener Program.
Penn State Horticulture Educator Thomas Butzler conducting a session on the threats facing honeybees at the Garden Sense workshops sponsored by the Clinton County Master Gardeners in January.
Clinton County Master Gardener Program Accepting Applications
Aug 20, 2015
Penn State Extension in Clinton County is now accepting applications from those interested in training to become certified Master Gardeners.
Yellow aphids are seen on a willow branch.  Photo by Tina Clinefelter
A is for Aphid
Apr 10, 2015
Odds are that you have aphids somewhere in your garden right now. There seems to be an aphid for almost every plant and with over 1300 species in just these United States what makes you think you can escape their attentions?
'Before' photo of a red-twigged dogwood that needs to be pruned.  Photo by Tina Clinefelter
A Prime Time to Prune!
Apr 9, 2015
Pruning time is upon us! Some shrubs are pruned early in the spring ... as buds swell, while others are pruned after they flower (like forsythia and lilac).

Regional Events

Master Gardener Basic Training: Clinton County
When: Oct 24, 2017
Where: 47 Cooperation Lane, Mill Hall, PA 17751