Bexar County Master Gardeners
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Horticulture Program in Bexar County
by sponsoring or supporting many events and programs
open to the public
CULTIVATE! Earth-Friendly Gardening and Landscape Expo is a fun, educational Master Gardener sponsored event held each spring and fall. Activities include classes, interactive booths, vendors, seed swaps, the Master Gardener Plant Sale and more! For more information…
New landscaping and water conservation educational program for Homeowner Associations and their members.
Cultivating Communities Fair
Master Gardener Speakers
Master Gardeners provide programs and hands-on workshops on a variety of gardening topics at venues that are open to the public. Use our Calendar of Events to find programs and events near you. Or Request a Speaker for your organization.
AgriLife Extension Plant Trials
Master Gardeners support Bexar County AgriLife Extension plant trials at the San Antonio Food Bank, the San Antonio Botanical Gardends and other locations throughout the area.
The information learned through these trials is used to support the recommendations that AgriLife Extension and the Master Gardeners provide commercial producers and home gardeners alike.
View information on the 2017 Watermelon Trials and 2017 Tomato Trials
Children’s Vegetable Garden Program
Master Gardeners and the Bexar County AgriLife Extension Service are partnering with community organizations to provide gardening opportunities for children at the San Antonio Botanical Garden and Phil Hardberger Park. For more information…
Youth Gardening Educator Training
This training, provided by the Bexar County AgriLife Extension Service, is designed for teachers, educators, and volunteers in support of youth gardening in the classroom and the community.
If you are interested in starting a gardening program in your school/community or you are looking for ways to enhance your already existing youth garden, watch for the next class! For more information…
Junior Master Gardener (JMG) Training
The JMG program is an international youth gardening program of the university cooperative Extension network
JMG engages children in novel, “hands-on” group and individual learning experiences that provide a love of gardening, develop an appreciation for the environment, and cultivate the mind.
If you are interested in taking your gardening program to the next level, don’t miss the JMG Training offered by the Bexar County AgriLife Extension Service.