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  • We are offering Rain Barrel Workshops April through October!
  • Every Fall Chesapeake Master Gardener Volunteers visit First Grade Classrooms across Chesapeake Public Schools to Teach about Trees and Plant Trees.
  • Attend our annual Plant Sale the last Friday and Saturday of April. For current details go to the Programs and Events tab and click on Plant Sale.

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Come early for a Fabulous Selection & Great Value. 

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Plant Sale 2019


Workshops for 2019

Sign up today for one of our educational workshops. They start on February 9 with "How to Build a Mason Bee House". Find one that fits your interests. To register for a workshop you can link to the form here.

MG 2019 Workshop Schedule

Enjoy an Outdoor Lunch and Learn about Gardening 

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Spring 2019 Green Thumb Series 

Learn more about gardening at this 2019 educational series. Sessions will be held on five consecutive Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8:30. You can register for all five sessions or pick the ones that interest you. 

2019 green thumb

  Pruning Guidelines

One of the key times to prune trees and shrubs is late winter, right before the new growth starts. This is a helpful  Pruning Calendar for year round pruning guidelines. 

Interesting New Articles - Choose a Gardening Topic

Click on the links below to read the informative articles written by our talented interns from the class of 2018 and 2019:  

1. Planting a Buffer Garden

2. Container Gardening for Beginners

3. Kiwi Fruit in Virginia

4. Lilacs in Southeastern Virginia

5. Growing Blueberries

6. Health Benefits from Cucumbers

7. Patience is a Virtue 

8. Companion Planting

9. Lettuce & Spinach Growing Guidelines

Virginia Coorperative Expention has published an informational article about the Giant Hogweed Plant. To view a pdf of this article  click here>

Chesapeake Master Gardeners Speakers Bureau.

The Chesapeake Master Gardeners' Speakers Bureau offers free, educational presentations to the community for groups composed of five or more individuals. Our Master Gardener speakers will share their years of experience through targeted (30 minute+) presentations in their areas of expertise.  

Please see the Speakers Bureau Roster for more information on available speakers and topics.  To request a speaker, simply fill out a Speaker Request Form at least one month in advance of the event, and you will be contacted to further discuss how we can assist you.


Like our Chesapeake Master Gardeners Facebook Page  for invitations & updates.

If you are a Chesapeake Master Gardener (or one of our program partners) and want to share an event that is currently not listed, please let us know.

NOTE: Our CMG Calendar (linked to the left) has been created solely for Chesapeake Master Gardeners and includes advanced education and volunteer opportunities that may not be listed on our public calendar.  Intern training dates are available via Intern Corner.

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Phone: 757-382-6348
Office: 310 Shea Drive
Chesapeake, VA 23322




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