Master Gardener Webinars

Webinars provide a convenient and free professional development option for people who want to learn new strategies and tools without taking time off work and paying travel expenses. Each hour-long session will be recorded and available on our website to view whenever you'd like.

To Join the Webinar

Webinars are facilitated in Zoom. For help, see "Getting Started" on Zoom.com. Please access the webinar at https://zoom.us/. Click on "Join the meeting" and then put in the meeting number: 294369690.


Upcoming Webinars

All webinars start at 1 pm (EST) unless indicated otherwise.

  • May 23 – Desktop Diagnosis and IFAS Resources, Dr. Carrie Harmon UF/IFAS Director of the Plant Diagnostic Center
  • June 27 – Horticulture ID Contest: 200 Plants You Should Know, Mark Tancig UF/IFAS Extension Agent Leon County
  • July 25 – Your Landscape as an Ecosystem, Basil Iannone, UF/IFAS Assistant Professor
  • August 22 – The Shrimp Plant family: Amazing Acanthaceae, Marc Frank UF/IFAS Extension Botanist
  • September 26 – Horticulture Therapy, Leah Diehl, UF College of Medicine Horticulture Therapist
  • October 24 – Olives in Florida, Jennifer Kaufman, UF/IFAS Associate Scientist
  • November 21 – Invasive Plants, Leah Dieurance, UF/IFAS Extension Scientist
  • December 12 – Planting Trees and Arbor Day, Nickie Munroe, Extension agent

Next Webinar

May 23, 1pm 2019 » Desktop Diagnosis and IFAS Resources

Carrie HarmonDr. Carrie Harmon UF/IFAS Director of the Plant Diagnostic Center

Dr. Harmon's research program focuses on diagnostic method improvement and validation, while her Extension program is built around plant disease diagnosis and training in the Plant Diagnostic Center. Her lab serves a wide variety of Extension clientele in Florida, the US, and abroad, directing plant problem diagnosis and training diagnosticians and plant professionals.



Recent Webinars

April 25, 1pm 2019 » Old Garden Roses

Matthew OrwattMatt Orwatt, UF/IFAS Extension Agent Washington County

Matthew J. Orwat started his career with UF/IFAS in 2011 and is the Horticulture Extension Agent for Washington County Florida. His goal is to provide educational programming to meet the diverse needs of and provide solutions for homeowners and small farmers with ornamental, turf, fruit and vegetable gardening objectives.


March 28, 1pm 2019 » Palm Diseases

Brian BahderBrian Bahder, UF/IFAS Assistant Professor Ft. Lauderdale REC

Dr. Bahder specializes in insect vector ecology. His current research interests include the epidemiology of phytoplasmas infecting palms as well as other common tropical ornamental plants and their associated diseases and insect pests and developing management strategies to reduce economic losses.


January 31, 1pm 2019 » Florida-Friendly: Right Plant, Right Place. What’s Wrong with This Picture?

Head shot of Claire LewisHead shot of Jen MarvinClaire Lewis and Jen Marvin, Florida-Friendly Landscaping™



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