Gateway Learning Gardens

Schedule your group garden tours for this summer now.

The Gateway Learning Gardens are home to over 700 types of plants.  These public gardens are maintained and managed by the Master Gardener Volunteers of Clark County in cooperation with Ohio State University Extension and  are used for horticultural demonstrations and education.  Check out the newest in perennials and annuals by strolling through the research plots.  In the perennial garden, you can find some unusual pruning techniques to enhance the flowering of the plants. If heirloom plants interest you, visit the Early Ohio Settler’s garden.  Learn about the latest techniques to grow vegetables in the 10,000 square foot Victory Garden. There is something for all gardeners. The gardens are open from dawn to dusk.  Group tours may be scheduled by calling 937-521-3860.

 

 

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Keith L. Smith, Associate Vice President for Agricultural Administration; Associate Dean, College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences; Director, Ohio State University Extension; and Gist Chair in Extension Education and Leadership.

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