University of Maryland Extension

Ask A Master Gardener Plant Clinics at Farmers Markets

Master Gardeners provide free advice to residents on a very wide range of garden questions, problems and situations.  Stop pass one of our Ask A Master Gardener Plant Clinic to receive free information on a variety of subjects.

What can Master Gardeners do for you?

  • Help you select and care for annual and perennial plants, shrubs and trees.
  • Determine if you need to test your soil.
  • Provide you with information on lawn care.
  • Identify weeds, beneficial and noxious insects, and plant diseases and remedies.
  • Teach you how to use pesticides, mulch and compost.
  • Provide you with options for managing wildlife.
  • Provide you with gardening resources
  • Provide information on how to submit a plant sample for diagnosis

Locations, dates and times  of Plant Clinics

1. Bowie Farmers Market (8 AM - 12 Noon 3rd Sundays, May thru October)
www.cityofbowie.org/LeisureActivities/farmers_market.asp
Location: Bowie High School parking lot:
Bowie High School, 15200 Annapolis Rd., Bowie, MD 20715

Contact: MG Christopher Loffredo, cal9@georgetown.edu

 

2. Cheverly Community Market – (8AM – 12 Noon, May thru October)

Location: Cheverly Community Center 

Contact: MG Dave Kneipp kcandave@verizon.net


3. Greenbelt Farmers Market (10 AM - 2 PM 3rd Sundays, May thru October)
www.greenbeltfarmersmarket.org
Location: Parking Lot Behind Greenbelt Municipal Building
25 Crescent Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770

Contact: MG Janice Wolf jwolf1908@verizon.net;


4. Riverdale Park Farmers Market (3 PM - 7 PM 3rd Thursdays, May thru October)
www.rpfarmersmarket.org
Location: Riverdale Park Town Center, 6220 Rhode Island Avenue, Riverdale, MD; (next to the MARC railroad station. Intersection of Rhode Island Avenue and Queensbury Road Riverdale Park’s Historic Town Center near the MARC Train Station)

Contact: MG Sharrell Butler lynnsmoot@yahoo.com;

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