If you are interested in learning more about the Saint Louis Master Gardener Training program, let us know! The annual program begins in January, with afternoon and evening classes held at the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Kemper Center. Courses are taught by gardening professionals and include Missouri Botanical Garden staff, MU Extension horticulturists, and community specialists. Classes include plant identification, pruning, Missouri natives, perennials and annuals, landscape design and ‘what not to plant.’ Additional training includes tree ID walks, tours and other educational opportunities. Once certified, Master Gardeners volunteer 40 hours a year in gardens and facilities throughout our communities.
Contact St. Louis Master Gardener coordinator, Holly Records at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
There is no other Master Gardener Training like the Saint Louis Master Gardener Training. Get Trained, Have Fun, Volunteer, and Get Certified!