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    UCCE Master Gardeners of Orange County COVID-19 Precautions

    To reduce the rate and risk of community spread of COVID-19 all UCCE Master Gardener in-person activities and events have been canceled or rescheduled through April 30th. Further updates will be posted on our website and shared through social...

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    Join Us For "Hot Veggies for the Hot Season" on In The Garden Radio

    Looking forward to the summer vegetable growing season? You should be! This week on In the Garden with UC Master Gardeners, MG Teena Spindler talks with fellow Master Gardener Kay Havens about what's “Hot” this year for hot season summer...

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    Consider Joining Us For "Tomatoes" on In The Garden Radio

    This week on In the Garden with UC Master Gardeners, we have a gem of a previously-aired show for you. Master Gardener Mark Fierle will talk with fellow MG Brian Hale about Homegrown Tomatoes! No doubt a gardener's favorite! Plum, grape, cherry,...

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    Listen To "This Month in the Garden" on In The Garden Radio

    May flowers for sure! This Thursday on In the Garden with UC Master Gardeners, your masterful Master Gardener hosts Katrina Kirkeby and Teena Spindler will bring you up to Spring with the news for May in the garden! You know it is getting hot already so...

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    Have Your Heard "Gardening In Small Spaces" on In The Garden Radio

    People are hunkered down these days will a lot of unexpected time on their hands. We are taking our minds away from current affairs as best we can by figuring out better things to do to enhance our surroundings to benefit our bodies and our minds. What...

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    Listen Up To "African Violets" on In The Garden Radio

    Houseplants are the biggest thing going right now for everyone who desires cleaner air and a touch of nature's green inside the home. Especially in these times! But not too many houseplants will give you BLOOMING COLOR too! This week on In the Garden...

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