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University of Illinois Extension serving Franklin, Jackson, Perry, Randolph and Williamson Counties
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Murphysboro, IL 62966
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1212 Route 14 West
Benton, IL 62812
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Pinckneyville, IL 62274
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Sparta, IL 62286
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Marion, IL 62959
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Gardening with Annuals
Find out how annual flowers can brighten your garden.
Four seasons of gardening information.
Gardening with Perennials
Gardening with Perennials will tell you how to plant and care for a garden that will bloom year after year.
Watch Your Garden Grow
Your guide to choosing, growing, preparing and storing common vegetables.
Illinois Vegetable Garden Guide
A guide for growing, harvesting, and exhibiting vegetables.
A directory of more than 140 different Illinois wildflowers
Learn what grass varieties are best for your lawn, how to deal with shady areas, when to fertilize your lawn & more!
Successful Container Gardens
A guide for choosing a container, selecting soil mixes, choosing and combining plants, fertilizing, watering and grooming basics.
Backyard Fruits gives the basics of growing fruit in the home garden.
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- Southern Illinois Master Naturalist
The mission of the University of Illinois Extension Master Naturalist Program is to provide science-based educational opportunities that connect people with nature and help them become engaged environmental stewards.
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News, updates, blog, events and other information for Illinois Master Gardeners or anyone interested in the program.