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It takes time and effort but any gardener has the ability to become a master gardener. The secrets to becoming a master gardener are just a few steps in a process that leads to garden success. While some gardeners go through a formal master gardener course, acquiring knowledge, practice, and learning form the core principles that allow anyone to become a master at gardening. Find “Epic Tomatoes” here: Related PostsGardening Tips & Tricks : Becoming a Master GardenerMaster Gardener – The Secrets of ServiceEric Graham – Becoming a GardenerCareer Advice on becoming a Senior Gardener by Jane T (Full Version)Becoming Gardener – no dig vegetable garden with a tiny houseMaster Gardener – Soils

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  • Patrick Foster 11 months ago

    Great great great video!!!! Excellent!!! Really admire your humility. I would really like to become a Master Master Gardner not necessarily throught certification but experiencially, reading and specilization.
    Is there a library/data bank of practising MG(s) specilizing in watermelons and tomatoes or that you could recommend?

  • Daniel Schardt 11 months ago

    Just found this Video. I liked it a lot it makes me want to keep working harder. And find a Master Gardener class later to take here soon I cant find one in my area. And I do not have any other gardeners that I could talk with. if there is any way you and I could chat or something when I have problems so I could see if I could be a better gardener.

  • papiwe1 11 months ago

    Good advise that can be applied to life in general.

  • OSC Landscaping 11 months ago

    Planning to become a master Gardner this season! It will definitely help me educate my landscaping clients.

  • Guss ferretti 11 months ago

    Who can dislike this video? Here's somebody who's basically showing you the path to success in gardening.

  • Cintya Hansen 11 months ago

    Wow! Thank you! I really needed to hear this advice.
    I've been trying to grow garlic here in Wyoming for two years, and with no luck yet. I haven't planned ahead (my bad), and by the time I get to plant my garlic, I sometimes get snow on the ground and very low temperatures. I know very little about gardening, but like you said, I'm watching videos, and reading books. Also I have to remember that I have a very small growing season for Summer loving plants.
    Thanks again!

  • Charlemagne Monet 11 months ago

    I knew there was a reason I sub'ed to your channel! I'm currently enrolled in a master gardener course but I know there's that next LEVEL, which, really I think would only be obtained via experience and time. I am so excited and I'm growing my literature collection. Thank you for posting this video, the suggestions of reading, the tips AND encouragement!! Much love ❤️!!

  • Dana Corbin 11 months ago

    I'm taking the master gardener classes right now. In my opinion, it's a beginner course! So much to learn! Your video nails it.

  • Linda Friedman 11 months ago

    Advice to live by-for any aspect of life, eh? Well done.

  • Janelle L. 11 months ago

    Good video! By the way, I sure love that red cabinet. Looks antique!