Ask a Master Gardener Plant Clinics

Do you have gardening questions?

Visit one of our 4 Master Gardener Plant Clinic locations in Island County to get free, research-based gardening advice from an Island County Master Gardener. Volunteers can help you with your questions on soil, growing vegetables, landscape plants, pest, pollinators, watering, weeds, choosing the right plant for the right place and much more!

Plant Clinic locations for 2024

Oak Harbor and North Whidbey

  • Country Store
    First Sunday of each month, March 3 to September 1
    31686 State Route 20, Oak Harbor

Coupeville and Central Whidbey

  • WSU Extension Office
    Thursdays, April 25 to September 26
    406 N Main St., Coupeville

South Whidbey

  • South Whidbey Tilth Farmers Market
    Sundays, April 28 to July 7
    2812 Thompson Rd., Langley (Off Highway 525 at Thompson Rd.)

Camano Island

  • Camano Plaza Ace Hardware
    Fourth Saturday of the month, March 24 to September 28
    370 NE Camano Dr, Camano Island

WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of non-compliance may be reported through your local Extension office or to the WSU Center for Human Rights.

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication or program information or reasonable accommodation need to contact Loren Imes at 406 N Main Street, Coupeville WA, 360-639-6059 or at least two weeks prior to the event.

Additional Resources Available Year-Round

Master Gardener Hotline

Call 360-639-6058 and leave a detailed message.

Email a Master Gardener

WSU Extension Resources

WSU Hortsense describes common problems for common plants in our region.

Gardening in Washington State contains free, research-based fact sheets from WSU Extension faculty with information to help your garden thrive.

The Northwest Plants Database contains over 800 plants to suit your garden’s specific needs.

Need Information on Soil Testing?

Soil is the basis for healthy plants and gardens. Contact us and we will send you information on why, how, and where to get your soil tested. Include your physical address and we can provide basic information on your soil type from the NRCS Soil Survey.