June 2021 Monthly Meeting

Our June 21st Zoom meeting welcomes Dr. Juliana Razryadov. Entitled Big Splash Small Space: Native Plants for Container Gardens, Juliana will give us a review of container gardening that brings nature to our doorstep.  She will review native plants available that form beautiful compositions in limited spaces.  We’ll learn about pots, overwintering, media composition, and species of native plants that suit them..  Juliana is presently the Botanical Collections Manager at the Botanic Gardens of Wellesley College and was previously the Curator of Horticulture at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.


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Pandemic 2020

Welcome to GCMGA Meetings.  Currently, all our meetings are via Zoom and we hope to be able to resume in-person meetings this summer. In order to attend you will need the Zoom link which is shared with members only. If you are not a member but would be interested in attending the meeting, please contact Lynda Pollock, our President, via gwinnettgardener@gmail.com or any other GCMGA member.  We’d love for you to become a member. You can join as a Master Gardener or as a Friend. Membership is $15 for the year. Being a member gives you access to the members only areas of the website, automatic links to Zoom meetings, and many other activities. We hope you will consider joining us. Membership fees help support grants to school and community garden projects sponsored by Gwinnett County Master Gardeners.  Welcome!

February 2021 Monthly Meeting

Our presenter for February 15 monthly Zoom meeting was Fred Conrad who is the Senior Manager of Community Gardens for the Food Well Alliance in Atlanta.

Fred’s presentation was an overview and tour of the Community Garden movement in metropolitan Atlanta and about how many community gardens are organized, how they function and the many ways they serve neighborhoods.  It is the story of food bringing people together.