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Master Gardeners

Who Are Master Gardeners?

Master Gardeners

Master Gardeners are men and women like you who are interested in plants and people. They are members of the local community who are trained in horticulture and help people with plant problems.

Colorado Master Gardeners in Adams County are individuals driven by a desire to serve their communities and improve their own understanding of the plant world around them. They promote successful gardening by answering questions by phone, at Earth Day Celebrations, at gardening shows, county fairs and other community events. They have answers to help Adams County gardeners to prosper with healthy trees, shrubs, flowering and edible plants.


How do I contact a Master Gardener for help with my gardening problems?



Call the Colorado State University Extension Office at (303) 637-8100 between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM during April through September and ask to speak to a Master Gardener. Or, if you live nearby the office at 9755 Henderson Road in Brighton, Colorado (Adams County Fairgrounds), stop by during the same hours.


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