In late summer and fall, cucumber beetles – and similar corn rootworms – are common visitors to squash and cucumber flowers. They are not pollinators, but actually eat the petals, and sometimes the plant foliage. The cucumber beetles are important pests because they also can transmit diseases. To learn more about all of these beetles, go to the MG website at http://wimastergardener.org and select the new article on Cucumber Beetles._____________________________________________________
Double rainbow over The Garden Next Door 7/9/2014
More pics on the Picture Gallery!
2 close-ups on the base TGD tab above.
Hypertufa Recipe, Video and Web Links
available under the Education Programs Tab to your left.
Open Daily Sunrise to Sunset
Free to the Public
It has a fairie garden, double kaleidoscope, pond with koi, a children's play area, butterfly garden, wind and sound tunnel, grasses area with bottle trees, wences, annual and perennial beds. To the north you will find a community garden where the DCMGV and research/extension office personnel can plant and harvest crops each summer.
Each spring six plots are used by the third graders in Sturgeon Bay to plant pioneer and Native American crops. In fall, as fourth graders they harvest the crops and learn about grinding corn, pressing apples, herbs, etc.
The Garden Door is located at the Peninsular Agricultural Research Station.
4312 N. Hwy 42
PARS is on Highway 42 a quarter mile north of the 42/57 split.
If you are headng north and see the brown historical marker signs, you've gone too far!
There are two driveways at PARS. Enter the south driveway, by the house, and head straight back past the garages. Park on the left and enter through the gates. Enjoy!
Some of our 23 NEW Members:Left to Right:
Sitting: Tricia Hanson, Mike Hanson, Mary Moster, Kate Leroy, Mark and
Pamela Lea Honald.
Middle row: Nancy Anschutz, Shirley Romsos, Donna Michalowski, Vickie Daoust, and
Jeanne Marie White
Last row: Barb Henkelmann, Alan Romsos, Ken Michalowski, Nancy Santoriello, Carole Connelly, Karen Isensee, and Debbie Olsonoski.
Three members were not available for the picture: Jerold & Margaret Needelman,
and Brian Bergee.
MISSION STATEMENT: The Door County Master Gardeners Association, Inc., in partnership with UW-Extension, shall strive to make a positive impact on horticulture in our community through education, community outreach and stewardship of our environment.
Click on the Education Programs tab to the left to check out news about our Fall Seminar with Nancy Nedveck from the Flower Factory of Stoughton, Wisconsin!
Coming to the Crossroads At Big Creek
Saturday, November 8th.
Pictures have been added
to the Youth Program Tab;
2014 Youth Pics
Click Garden Door Area Info Sheets
Chriss Daubner's The Butterfly Garden
Click the picture above to see the chaos.
DCMGA Volunteers are clearing the debris........hopefully the plants will survive......
More pics available above; Click the July 15 Hail Storm tab under Open House
Click to view a video: Channel 11 Coverage of the Storm
Holiday Party Pics 2013
Slideshow is on the Picture Gallery page
ON YOUR LEFT!
DCMGA URL LIST Gary Kemp created a URL reference list of gardening sites.
Click and enjoy your research!!
Pavers have been installed. The Garden Door is now
The Wind and Sound Tunnel has new chimes that are tuned to "Amazing Grace"!
New pic pages available on the Youth, Plant Sale, Open House and Picture Gallery Tabs!
Check it out!
To contact board or committee members, use email@example.com