MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. — Gardening season is in full swing! Do you need a weed identified? Is one of your shrubs or trees not looking so healthy? Do you need information on how to prune your tomato plants? Are you wondering if a bug you found is a friend or foe? Our office may be closed but Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County’s Master Gardener Volunteers are still available and ready to answer all of your gardening questions via phone or email.
Contact our Garden Helpline Service to ask any gardening questions you may have. The Helpline is staffed by Master Gardener Volunteers from April through November every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Call us at (845) 343-0664. If you are unable to call while we are open, you can always leave a message or e-mail the Garden Helpline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on gardening check out our blog: Gardening in Orange County New York (https://blogs.cornell.edu/master-gardeners-cce-oc/) or subscribe to our newsletter Gardening in Orange County (http://cceorangecounty.org/gardening).
Cornell Cooperative Extension and its partnerships provide programs for Orange County residents on youth and family development; nutrition, health, and food safety; community and economic vitality; and agricultural sustainability through Cornell based research. Committed to Orange County, we design programs to meet local needs to enable people to improve their lives and communities. For more information call Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County at 845-344-1234 or visit our website at www.cceorangecounty.org.
–Cornell Cooperative Extension Orange County