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Helpful Links

These links are provided to aid you in finding help for your gardening questions. In addition, resources for you to explore.

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The Learning Store

Research-based educational material to support healthy families, food safety, environmental issues, agriculture and farming, and community and economic development.

Flowers & Gardens

Fruit

Lawns & Turf

Soils

Trees & Shrubs

Urban & Community Gardens

Vegetables

Jumping Worms

Ask a Master Gardener

Master Gardener Training Course

Everything you want to know about becoming a state certified Master Gardener.

Wisconsin Horticulture - Division of Extension

- New Gardener Resources

- Article Index

- Videos

Wisconsin Master Gardeners Association (WIMGA)

WIMGA is an independent, statewide volunteer organization. It is the collective voice of over 2,000 Master Gardener Volunteers and 53 local Master Gardener Associations, a strong partner with UW-Extension in advancing Master Gardener programming and the conduit for statewide networking among volunteers. 

University of Minnesota Extension - “What's wrong with my plant?”

A diagnostic web tool to help you identify and treat your plant problems.

Invasive Species

Invasive plants, animals and pests are taking a toll on Wisconsin's lakes, rivers and landscapes. The DNR is working with citizens and partners to slow the spread of invasive species. Through educational outreach, strategic planning and active management we are protecting our environment and economy from invasives.

NEW! USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map

Zone of cold hardiness refers to the plant’s ability to survive the winter. It plays a key factor in selecting landscape plants for the region. USDA has classified the entire United States into 13 plant hardiness zones based on their average, annual minimum temperature during 30 year period.

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