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SPRING INTO GARDENING & EXPO

 It's HERE!

11th ANNUAL SPRING INTO GARDENING CONFERENCE

& YARD AND GARDEN EXPO  at

(NEW LOCATION)

Knights of Columbus Hall

1038 S Van Dyke Road (M-53)

Bad Axe, Michigan 48413

 2013 Spring Into Gardening & Yard and Garden Expo

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Interested in becoming a Vendor? Click here for more information.

Click here for a Spring Into Gardening and Yard and Garden Expo flyer.

Check out the wonderful sessions being offered in our brochure by clicking here.

CURRENT EXPO VENDORS: (updated 3/20/13)

  • Agri-Valley Communications, Inc.
  • Dizzy Daisy Winery
  • Falkenburg Honey
  • Grand Oak Herb Farm
  • Health Quest of Bad Axe
  • Huron County Master Gardeners
  • Jan Heidel Designs
  • Master Gardener Society of Oakland County
  • Nancy Szerlag
  • Rosemarie's Kitchen
  • The Lakeshore Guardian
  • McDonald's Food & Family Center
  • Northern Michigan Acquatics
  • Econo Lodge
  • Air Advantage
  • East Huron TV & Appliance
  • Begick Nursery & Garden Center
  • Hill Top Nursery
  • Ceramics by Antoinette
  • The Pampered Chef
  • Taylored Iron Works
  • Kami Maurer House
  • Tranquility Plus
  • Beaver Island Arts
  • Stonescapes Garden Keepers
  • Bad Axe Iron
  • Halfway Fence Company
  • Herbs & More
  • The Flower Farm
  • Stone Cottage Gardens
  • Bischer Landscaping
  • Cabana Soaps
  • Jemfuit LLC
  • Jamberry Nails
  • Usborne Books & More
  • Esch Landscaping
  • J & L Creations

DOOR PRIZE LIST: (updated 3/20/13)

  • Master Garderer Society of Oakland County - Bag with Master Gardener merchandise valued over $40
  • Rosemarie's Kitchen - Kitchen jelly basket full of goodies
  • Dizzy Daisy Winery & Vineyard - Gift basket
  • Jan Heidel Design - Hand painted flower pot with saucer
  • Herbs & More - Gift basket of gluten free food
  • The Lakeshore Guardian - Gift basket and 3 subsrciptions for SIG
  • Econo Lodge - 5 - $7 swim passes valued at $35
  • Air Advantage - Stress relief balls
  • East Huron TV & Appliance - $50 gift certificate
  • McDonald's Food & Family Center - Money tree in silk design
  • Begick Nursery & Garden Center - $25 gift certificate
  • Northern Michigan Aquatics - Gift basket
  • The Pampered Chef - Pampered Chef products
  • Taylored Iron Works - Ornamental garden stake
  • Kami Maurer House - 1/2 pint jelly or jam
  • Thumb Office Supply - Magnetic clips
  • Tranquility Plus - 30 minute message
  • Beaver Island Arts - A hat
  • Stonescapes Garden Keepers - Sculptural piece
  • Bad Axe Iron - Bird feeder holder
  • Halfway Fence Company - Set of coffee mugs
  • The Flower Farm - Gift certificate
  • Stone Cottage Gardens - $25 gift certificate
  • Al's Restaurant - Gift certificate
  • Rachel's Menu - $15 gift certificate
  • Peppermill - $10 gift certificate
  • The Gathering Place - Dinner for 4, large pizza & antipasto
  • The Lamplighter - 1 large 1 item pizza
  • Crossroads - 2 $25 gift certificates

Be sure to check back often for updates & think SPRING!

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MASTER GARDENER NEWSLETTERS

Please feel free to browse the newsletters and brochures from the Huron County Master Gardeners.

  • February 2012 - Volume 11, Issue 2 (Woodpeckers and the House, Changes Have Come to Master Gardeners Recordkeeping Program, Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop, Note from Yvonne, Minutes from Feb 7 MG Meeting, Minutes from Feb 7 Spring Into Gardening Meeting, Spring Into Gardening Sign-Up Sheet, Landscaping Important to Maintaining Health of Shoreline, A Webinar Series on Climate, Water and Agriculture, Calendar of Events)
  • March 2011 - Volume 11, Issue 1  (The Big Melt, MSU Extension Office, High Tunnels are Beneficial, Blooming Mums, Association Dues are DUE, MG Name Badges, MG Hours Tallied, Sign-up Sheet for Spring Into Gardening workers, Curious Gardening Program, MG Meeting Minutes-February 7, 2011, Perennial Plant Sale Offerings, Calendar of Events)
  • June 2010 - Volume 10, Issue 4 (Virus Infected Canna, Garden Walk Update, Plant Sale Followup, MG Association Dues, First Ripe Tomato Contest, Fair Booth Worker Schedule, Notes for Fair Worker Schedule, Notes for Fair Workers, More Notes for Fair Workers, MG Meeting Notes, Hog Barn Landscaping Progress, MG Series, Calendar of Events)
  • February 2010 - Volume 10, Issue 3 (Help Birds Beat Their Winter Woes, Thymely Tips. Notes from Carol, Lenten Rose/Hellebores, MG Meeting Minutes, Wildflower Grant Received, Perennial Plant Sale Update, Fair Hog Barn Project, Tribune - Ask a Master Gardener, Tomato Contest, Calendar of Events)
  • August 2009 - Volume 10, Issue 2 (Bad Axe DDA Project, Dahlia Hill-Midland, Wanted! Gardeners meeding hours, Notes from Carol, Wildflower Display Garden, Lack of male Flowers, 2009 Garden Walk, Household Hazardous Waste Collection, Master Gardener Meeting Notes-August 4, 2009, Information for Tribune, Coming Events)
  • July 2009 - Volume 10, Issue 1 (Bad Axe DDA Project, Pollination and Bees, Large Variety of Plants on This Beetle's Menu, Notes from Carol, Wildflower Fair Garden, Notes from the State Master Gardener Office, 2009 Garden Walk Worker Schedule, Master Gardenter Meeting Notes-June 2009, Coming Events)
  • February 2009 - Volume 9, Issue 5 (Gardening Game, Notes from Carol, Volunteer Opportunities, Notes from State MG Office, MSU Spring Into Gardening Conference, When the North Wind Blows, Huron County SIG Conference Yard & Garden Expo, Patience, For True Tomato Devotees, Coming Events)
  • October 2008 - Volume 9, Issue 4 (Association, Invasion of Critters, After the Fall, Mulching in the Fall, Annuals as House Plants)
  • June 2008 - Volume 9, Issue 3  (Butterfly Gardening, Companion Planting, Moles in Lawn)
  • April 2008 - Volume 9, Issue 2  (Program Updates for Huron County Master Gardeners)
  • March 2008 - Volume 9, Issue 1 (Hungry Houseplants, Wake Robin, Propagation by Root Cuttings, Huron County Produce for the People)
  • October 2007 - Volume 8, Issue 6  (Digital Photography Tips, Butterfly Gardening, Uses of Herbs, Yellow Jackets)
  • September 2007 - Volume 8, Issue 5 (Battle against Invasives Heats Up, Passive Solar Greenhouses, Check Container Fertility Now)
  • July 2007 - Volume 8, Issue 4 (Help to Manage Wildlife Damage, Rare Plants, Watch for Signs of Drought Stress)
  • May 2007 - Volume 8, Issue 3 (Delight & Not Drudgery, Plant Sale Instructions)
  • March 2007 - Volume 8, Issue 2 (Wildflower Folklore, Want to Know When to Control Weeds?, DEER & RABBIT REPELLENT, Emerald Ash Borer Quarantine Map)
  • February 2007 - Volume 8, Issue 1 (Start Seed & Transplats in Sterilized Soil) 
    Heirloom Vegetables: A Taste of the Past
    MSU Spring Conference
    ANR Week
    Portable Generators
    Spring Into Gardening Conference Update
    Household Hazardous Waste Collection
    Start Seed and Transplants in Sterilized Soil
    4-H Needs MGV’s
    Make-up Classes
    Know and Grow Seminar
    MG Garden Walk
    Perennial Plant Sale
    MG Series—Huron
    Coming Events
  • PROBLEM SKUNKS  -  What to do about them 
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FROM THE GARDEN

Gardening gloves can be purchased at the MSU Extension office (located in the Health Department Building) for $6 a pair.  Super Durable, Soft and Supple, they are available in Small, Medium, Large and X-Large sizes.  They make a great gift for that gardener in your life!

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