My Backyard Program
My Backyard is a self-guided program designed to assist and guide residents with healthy soil, lawns, trees, shrubs, perennial flowers, and more. Learn more about the My Backyard Program.
Healthy Virginia Lawns
Have the Loudoun County Master Gardeners take a soil sample of your lawn and determine just how much fertilizer and lime you need. Applying too much can deposit excess nitrogen or phosphorus in our local streams. Learn more about the Healthy Virginia Lawns Program.
Garden to Table Program
The Garden to Table (G2T) team is dedicated to helping county residents establish organic vegetable and fruit areas in their home gardens or other community areas. Learn more about the Garden to Table program.
Pond/Stream/Site Erosion Assessment
Master Gardeners can come out to visit your property to assess your pond, stream or an area with soil erosion. Our goal is to provide pond owners a set of options for nuisance plant control so they may choose those best fitting their objectives, stream owners with options on buffers, and property owners with stormwater runoff options to remediate. Learn more about the Programs.
Tree Stewards Program
The Tree Stewards are Master Gardener Volunteers who have completed the Advanced Master Gardener Tree Steward training. Their mission is to provide education to the community regarding the environmental benefits, appreciation, planting and proper care of trees. Learn more about the Tree Stewards Program.
Speakers Bureau Program
Loudoun County Master Gardeners offer speakers on a wide range of gardening topics. All presentations are based on sound horticultural principles with emphasis on procedures which are effective and safe for the environment. Learn more about the Speakers Bureau Program, today!
Children’s Gardening Program
The Children’s Education Team (CET) provides youth oriented educational programming and community services as part of the larger LCMG mission to educate Loudoun County residents about safe, effective and sustainable landscape management practices. Learn more about the Children’s Gardening Program, today!