For gardening questions, ask a Master
How do I get stinkbugs off my tomatoes?
Will ball moss hurt my tree?
What are some good native plants for this area?
"One of our most popular services is answering people's questions about gardening," said Anne Moss, chairman of the horticultural inquiry committee for Hill Country Master Gardeners.
"We have volunteers who will take your questions, thoroughly research answers, and get back to you, usually the same day, depending on your questions," she said.
Master gardeners have access to a wealth of plant information through the Texas AgriLife Extension Service and Texas A&M University experts, said Moss.
Those with questions are urged to a master gardener by phone at 830-257-6568, by e-mail at email@example.com, or by visiting the website, www.hillcountrymastergardeners.org.
Hill Country Master Gardeners is a service organization helping the Texas AgriLife Extension Service meet the horticultural needs of the community. Residents of Kerr, Gillespie, Bandera and surrounding counties may apply to become a Texas Master Gardener.