Check out our NEW Help Desk Forum! Click on Help Desk tab at top right of any page of our FMG website.

    Our new Help Desk Forum includes a Knowledge Base, Search function and link to our Contact form if you need more information or have questions.  Click on Help Desk tab at top right of any page of our FMG website. Since this … [Continue Reading]


Horticultural Help Desk at additional sites in 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 March through November from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm … [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 the Master Gardeners are doing in Fluvanna County. … [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.