Peas Please!

Spring planting is officially underway.  We can plant a number of cool-season vegetables right now – seeds of peas, radishes, kale, turnips, beets, lettuce, and potatoes. It’s also time to put transplants of cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower, leeks and onions in the ground. In fact, the planting season for many of the seeds started in... Continue Reading →

Monarch Watch Demonstration Garden

The Monarch Watch demonstration garden is maintained and developed by Douglas County Master Gardeners and is situated on the University of Kansas West Campus. Professor Chip Taylor and his staff play a teaching role and instruct Master Gardeners about when to be aware of butterflies and caterpillars. Master Gardeners work with the Monarch Watch organization... Continue Reading →

Baldwin Demonstration Garden

The Baldwin City Demonstration Garden is tucked into a quiet corner of Baldwin’s busy downtown at the intersection of 8th Street and High Street in Tom Swan Park. Master Gardeners work to demonstrate how a wide variety of perennial and annual plants may be grown in a small, heavily used space. “Our focus is to... Continue Reading →

Fairgrounds Demonstration Garden

The Master Gardener Demonstration Garden at the Douglas County Fairgrounds serves to provide inspiration and education for a variety of landscapes. Kevin Nelson, Coordinator of the Demonstration Garden, explains, “Whatever your interests are, there is an example. We are here to demonstrate how plants grow in Kansas. The ten themed beds can provide ideas to... Continue Reading →

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