The Loudoun County Master Gardener Volunteers are here to help you with your gardening questions. Is something eating your hostas? Does your tree look sick? When is the best time to fertilize your lawn? Are you interested in constructing a compost pile? Is a strange weed overrunning your vegetable bed? We’re here to advise and help!
The Virginia Cooperative Extension has identified some basic concepts and practices which can help gardeners be more productive, save time and energy, and help maintain our natural resources.
Read our monthly gardening tips for advice on how to treat and grow your flowers, lawn, trees and shrubs.
With the growing focus on sustainability and slowing the loss of habitat, native plants are moving into the gardening spotlight. Using native plants in our gardens is one of the most significant things we can do to promote a healthy environment.
The Trumpet Vine, our quarterly newsletter, provides educational articles, seasonal advice, featured plants and horticultural news. Sign up for the Trumpet Vine newsletter, today!
Our favorite gardening resource websites with well researched and up-to-date gardening advice.
Once a month we write articles for several Home Owner Association (HOA) newsletters. Full of timely advice on your plants, gardens, lawns and more.