Contact WSU Master Gardeners with Gardening Questions:
Due to COVID-19 and related Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, WSU Master Gardeners will not be working the community as usual, and the WSU office is closed to the public until further notice.
However, Master Gardeners are available to answer gardening questions via phone and email.
For help with a plant problem or plant/insect identification:
2. email form and photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. if you have a general gardening question, you may leave a message at (360) 370-7663. Please note it may take a few days get back to you.
View our past newsletters here
2020 Gardening Workshop Series
Join us for eight online presentations this October. For the complete schedule, details and to register, visit the San Juan County Master Gardener Foundation website
Robin Haglund: Growing a Year-Round Hummingbird Habitat Garden
Cut Flowers from the Garden – Amy Sanderson, Horticulturalist
Bee best! How home gardeners can help conserve the diversity of the intrepid native bees of Western Washington – Chris Looney Entomologist
Using Plant “Logic” to Vegetatively Propagate Your Landscape & Garden – Deborah Mitchell, Whidbey Island Master Gardener
Fruit Trees 101: What to Know When You Grow – Monica Maggio, Portland Oregon Horticulturalist, Garden Educator and Master Gardener
Fruit Tree Pruning -– Monica Maggio, Portland Oregon Horticulturalist, Garden Educator and Master Gardener
Greenhouse Gardening for Home Gardeners – Carol Miles, WSU Professor
Raised Bed Gardening – Craig Cogger, WSU Professor (Ret.) and Soil Scientist
Calendar of Events
Please click here to visit our Calendar of Events page. Please note, all our in-person programs are currently cancelled.
What is the Master Gardener Program?
The WSU Master Gardener Program is a nationally recognized program that trains volunteers to serve their communities through horticultural education and outreach. Once volunteers receive training, they provide educational information to the public in home and subsistence horticulture including vegetable and fruit gardening, lawn and landscape maintenance, composting, native plants, plant problem diagnosis, pest control and many other concerns.