Fort Bend Master Gardeners

Welcome to Fort Bend County Master Gardeners website. Master Gardeners provide volunteer service through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service for Fort Bend County. These volunteers offer their skills and knowledge of horticulture and environmental issues to Fort Bend residents supporting of the goals of AgriLife Extension Service.

The Fort Bend County Master Gardeners promote conservation and sustainable horticultural practices to residents of the county by:

  • providing research-based gardening information,
  • presenting educational programs for the both adults and children,
  • communicating gardening information using articles, newsletters, phone and digital media, and
  • maintaining demonstration gardens to determine the best plants for the local area.

FBMG programs, demonstration gardens and operations are supported through our annual plant sales.

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Gardening Tips

Trees such as Ash can be pruned in mid-late February ideally after last frost, if no frost, then in mid-late February. Do not prune flowering trees until they have completed flowering cycle. Ash Tree

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