Category Archives: Demonstration Gardens

October 2019 Public Education Events

Summer may be over but there is still more to learn from the Master Gardeners!
Attend one of our classes and talks – Home Owner Associations (HOAs) and Condo Associations: Sustainable Solutions to Landscaping Headaches; Landscaping Techniques and Native Plants for Wet Sites; Preparing Your Garden for Winter, Garlic Growing & History, and Growing Microgreens & Sprouts.
Visit the Simpson Gardens for their monthly Tuesday Stroll.
Celebrate Urban Agriculture Month this October by attending special events from Arlington Friends of Urban Agriculture and EcoAction Arlington.

Dont forget the Extenson Master Gardener Help Desk is open year round, Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. – 12:00 noon. Continue reading

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Organic Vegetable Garden Pepper Fest!

Come celebrate the end of summer at the Potomac Overlook Organic Vegetable Garden’s Pepper Festival! Continue reading

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AutumnFest at Glencarlyn Library Garden

The annual AutumnFest at Glencarlyn Library Community Garden is back this year on Sunday, September 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is better than ever with more nature-related information and products. Located at 300 South Kensington Street in Arlington, this Master Gardener demonstration garden will once again host a family celebration of all that is Fall, including free herbal treats to taste, face painting, and herbal sachets to make and take home. Continue reading

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Simpson Gardens Tuesday Strolls

Come to our monthly garden strolls at Simpson Demonstration Gardens. On the second Tuesday of each month of the growing season, 10 – 11:00 a.m., the Extension Master Gardener volunteers will be in the gardens to answer questions and provide information on sustainable gardening. Continue reading

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