The sale was held March 6 at the PACE Building. There was a large selection of vegetables that were grown by Gonzales Master Gardeners. The early sale gave gardeners a head start on their Spring gardens.
Texas Master Gardeners Association President Louie McDaniel attended the first Gonzales Master Gardeners meeting since March due to Covid-19. Highlight was Louie's presentation of three Search for Excellence Awards. What a wonderful celebration! Thank you, Louie McDaniel on behalf of all the Gonzales Master Gardeners.
We had a great turnout of members. This is the season of the year to gather the nuts so they can be prepared for the students to plant in their classes with Gonzales Master Gardeners. The black walnut trees have played a part in the Gonzales County history. We are proud to have an opportunity to work with the youth of Gonzales to educate them about the black walnut tree history and to plant and raise seedlings. The seedlings are made available to the community through the AgriLife Extension office at no charge. They are distributed annually to those who sign up in advance. Tree distribution this year is November 12.
Welcome to the Buzz where you can find out what’s happening in the Gonzales Master Gardeners and learn more about our activities as an organization. One thing for sure, we are always busy!