The mission of the University of Maryland Extension Master Gardener Program is to educate Maryland residents about safe, effective, and sustainable horticultural practices that build healthy gardens, landscapes, and communities.
If you are interested in learning more about the Maryland Master Gardener program, click here.
For information about the local Prince George's County program, please see below.
If you are a resident of Prince George's County and need assistance in identifying a plant problem or insect problem in your yard or home, you may reach out to the UME Home and Garden Information Center (HGIC).
You may also contact Esther Mitchell via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Master Gardener Program in Prince George's County has approximately 130 volunteers.
Our Programs include education on Native Plants, Composting, Intergrated Pest Management, Pollinators, Grow It Eat It (growing vegetables), solving problems with our Ask A MG Plant Clinic and BayWise.