Cornell Cooperative Extension is your local connection to the research, information and expertise of your land-grant university. The Horticulture Program provides research-based ornamental horticulture information for home gardeners and commercial horticulture businesses.
Master Gardener Volunteers of CCE-Monroe County will be featuring a variety of lilacs, trees, shrubs, veggie and herbs starts, and other common and unusual annuals and perennials at the Plant Sale at the Lilac Festival May 12th-21st
Spring Gardening Series in partnership with the City of Rochester Flower City Feeling Good
Come check out our sale on June 4th from 9am until 2pm! Click photo for more information!
Check out this list from Cornell's Garden Based Learning Program to see what varieties they recommend as being well-suited to NY State gardens for 2017!
This detailed guide will teach you how to have a "climate-friendly" garden. It provides ways to reduce chemical inputs, improve compost, and how to use cover crops to increase soil health.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Monroe County provides a range of diagnostic services to identify plant diseases/insects, weeds, other insects and soil pH.
Last updated May 18, 2018