News & Events
Spend the day with flowers, gardens and bonsai at Design & Beyond, the annual seminar presented by Summit County Master Gardeners. This year the event will be held October 15, 2022. More details will be available in August.
This event is presented every fourth Wednesday of the month, January – July in 2022. Join us for our free gardening programs at: F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm, 1828 Smith Rd., Akron when feasible. Otherwise presentation will be via Zoom.
This event will be held on March 5th, 2022. With a full day of informative gardening presentations, the Saturday Gardening Series is a sure harbinger of Spring.
Coffee Chats are back on select Fridays at 9 AM at the Springfield Community Center!
Held on June 25th, 2022, explore and enjoy outstanding local gardens in the self-guided Summit County Master Gardeners annual Tour of Gardens.
Got questions about gardening? Contact our Hotline for answers using science-based information.
Established by Summit County Master Gardeners (SCMG) to provide scholarships to Summit County residents who are committed to attending an Ohio university and planning to pursue a two- or four-year degree in Horticulture
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