Category Archives: Newsletters

December 2019 MG Newsletter

The Christmas cactus is native to the rain forests of Brazil where they grow among tree branches. The holiday cactus can be the longest-lived, giving a greater bounty of flowers with each successive year. 2019 MG December Newsletter

November 2019 MG Newsletter

A huge thank you to all the Master Gardener Volunteers for their work and support of the Wood County Master Gardener Volunteer Association. 2019 MG November Newsletter

October 2019 MG Newsletter

Marigold or Calendula is the flower associated with October. 2019 MG October Newsletter

September 2019 MG Newsletter

Friday the 13th Full Moon is a rare event you will not see again until 2049. 2019 MG September Newsletter

August 2019 MG Newsletter

A sunflower is not just one flower. Both the fuzzy brown center and the classic yellow petals are actually 1,000 – 2,000 individual flowers, held together on a single stalk. 2019 MG August Newsletter

July 2019 MG Newsletter

Today I found out South African earthworms can grow as large as 22 feet long, with the average length being about 6 feet long. 2019 MG July Newsletter

June 2019 MG Newsletter

Good News, according to Climate Depot, Glacier National Park Quietly Removes Its ‘Gone by 2020’ Signs As ‘Glaciers Appear to be Growing, not Melting in Recent Years’
2019 MG June Newsletter

May 2019 MG Newsletter

Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over . . . it became a butterfly. 2019 May MG Newsletter

April 2019 MG Newsletter

“April Come She Will” by Simon and Garfunke 2019 MG April Newsletter

March 2019 MG Newsletter

Ah spring! Let’s go and enjoy what many believe to be the best season of them all! 2019 MG March Newsletter