Information Session about Master Gardener 2016 Training Class on Dec. 1, 2015 from 6:00-7:30 pm

Date/Time: Dec 1 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Location: Lake Monticello Firehouse – Maple Room Address: 14 Slice Rd, Palmyra For more information Click here. … [Continue Reading]

Tufton Farm

Horticultural Help Desk – 2015

The Fluvanna Master Gardeners will be holding the Horticultural Help Desk at the following sites in 2015:  - On every Tuesday from 2 to 5 pm April through October and on selected Saturdays each month from 11:30 am to 2:00, we will be at the … [Continue Reading]


Statewide hotline for dealing with human-wildlife conflict

---------- Forwarded message ----------From: Parkhurst, Jim <> Date: Thu, Oct 31, 2013 at 11:07 AMSubject: Roll-out of the new VA Wildlife Conflict HotlineTo: Colleagues: After about 12-15 years of … [Continue Reading]


Deer: A Garden Pest – new FMG/VCE/VT publication

We are very pleased to announce the posting of a new Fluvanna Master Gardener and VCE/VT  educational publication entitled  "Deer: A Garden Pest". Click here to read to publication. If you have any trouble accessing the document, please … [Continue Reading]



Welcome to the Fluvanna Master Gardener site. Learn about the Virginia Master Gardener Program. Find out what Master Gardeners are doing in Fluvanna. 2016 Master Gardener Training:  Attend an information session on Tues. Dec. 1 from 6 to 7:30 pm … [Continue Reading]

Welcome To The Fluvanna Master Gardener Web Site

Our Mission

We are a local chapter of the Virginia Master Gardeners Association.

Virginia Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners (VCE-MGs) are volunteers working in partnership with the Virginia Cooperative Extension to encourage and promote environmentally sound horticulture practices in the community through sustainable landscape management. VCE-MGs play a vital role in educating and reaching out to their local community. Each Master Gardener contributes at least 20 service hours per year in addition to completing 8 hours of continuing education.

Master Gardeners help the Extension Service solve gardening problems and teach environmentally sound practices by:

  • Working in information booths at community events and fairs
  • Maintaining demonstration gardens
  • Answering garden questions at plant clinics
  • Teaching horticulture to beginning gardeners and youth
  • Using special talents, such as writing and photography, to benefit the program.