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Master Gardener Plant Clinic at AGE Community Health Fair
July 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
Master Gardener Plant Clinic at AGE Community Health Fair on July 9th
The Master Gardeners Plant Clinic will be at the AGE Community Health Fair. They can answer questions on the best plants for the Austin area, lawn care, fertilizers, pest management, worm composting, landscaping challenges, vegetable gardens, and native plants. Look for their table at the Givens Recreation Center, 3811 East 12th St #1936 Austin, Texas 78721, from 10:00 am – 12:00pm, July 9th.
In addition to sharing their experience and training, several publications are on hand for you to review or take with you. You’ll find the Native and Adapted Landscape Plants Guide along with other timely Grow Green FAQ sheets. Grow Green is a joint program with the City of Austin Watershed Department and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. You can also pick up a copy of the Vegetable Garden Planting Guide and recommended Vegetable Varieties for Central Texas. Several more resources are available online. Please visit Our Favorite Gardening Resources for Austin and Travis County.
About the Health Fair
- Free and Open to the Public
- UT nurses available for Covid-19 Vaccine shots and boosters
- Food vendors
- Other vendors participating are
- AGE of Central Texas
- Austin Public Health
- Highpoint Fellowship
- Wesley Nurses
- Big Austin
- Alliance for African American Health
- Magnify Your Excellence
- Black Men’s Health Clinic
- Hospice Austin
- Texas State Nurses
What is a Plant Clinic?
The Master Gardener Plant Clinic is a traveling help desk with Travis County Master Gardeners available to answer questions on various horticultural issues. You can find a Master Gardener at the AGE Community Health Fair.
Who are Master Gardeners?
Master Gardeners are volunteers for the Travis County Texas A&M AgriLife Extension service. In order to become a Master Gardener, each individual receives extensive horticultural training. Master Gardeners use their training and subsequent commitment for continuing education to help Austin area residents with their gardening questions.