Master Gardener Class Information          

The 2022 Class is FULL

We are gearing up for the 2022 Master Gardener class! We are hoping to be in person starting the first Thursday of January, however will will also offer a Zoom option. Details will be explained later this fall. Topics covered include botany, turf grass, entomology, fruits and nuts, vegetable gardening, annuals/ perennials, native plants and pollinators, and many many more.  Classes are conducted by OSU faculty or OSU extension horticulturalists.

Applications for the 2022 class are   Classes usually run January - April.  There is a $170.00 fee for the class.  An all day Field trip to Stillwater, resource notebooks, and field books are covered in the cost of the class.

Contact John Haase (Rogers County OSU Extension horticulturalist) @ for more information   Phone: 918-923-4958


3 thoughts on “Join

  • September 15, 2021 at 6:52 am

    Hi. I was hoping you could answer a few questions about the Master Gardener classes.
    1. Will you still continue doing some/all of the classes online/zoom meetings?
    2. For the in person classes, what time are the classes usually held?
    3. What kind of field trips are included?
    4. Where are the field trips?
    5. About how many people take the classes each year?
    6. Do you ever give or sell cuttings from the plants at the Teaching Gardens?
    Thanks so much.

  • September 30, 2021 at 9:36 am

    Here’s the answers to your questions:
    1. We hope to have classes in person (starting January 2022, however we will be offering them with ZOOM as an option.
    2. The schedule is not complete yet- however we will probably start class around 10am and finish by 3pm One day per week on Thursdays (except for one class -mid-January)
    3. We have not had any field trips since 2019 due to covid, however we will plan on a field trip to Stillwater and the OSU campus by June of 2022.
    4. An all day field trip for classes and mentors will usually include the botanical and studio gardens on the OSU arboretum area, with possibly stops at the new greenhouse complex and insect adventure building.
    5. The class number varies from year to year -however it usually is around 12-18 students.
    6. We annually dig up and repot plants from the Teaching Garden and sell them at our spring plant sale-which is usually around the third Saturday of April.

    • October 1, 2021 at 8:45 am

      Thank you so much for answering my questions, I really appreciate it. Do you know when applications will be available and is there a deadline for when they need to be submitted?


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