Ask A Gardener

Do you have a gardening question that has you stumped? You’re definitely not alone, so we have made our Master Gardener available to answer any question that you may have. There’s no such thing as a bad question, so ask away!

Just fill the form out, being as detailed as possible, and depending upon the volume of questions coming in, you will have an answer within 3 days (excluding weekends).

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