If you are selected for the Master Gardener Program, you will get 60
hours of horticultural training. Classes are taught by Colorado State
University Extension Specialists, County Agents, advanced
Master Gardeners and other horticultural experts. You will learn about
plant growth, weeds, insect control, plant diseases, vegetables, fruits,
trees, turfgrass management, soil, xeriscaping and flowers. Classes
are held on Thursdays (during the day) from January through March, at
the Denver Botanic Gardens or the Adams County Regional Park.