Presented by Purdue Extension-Hendricks County

No class is currently sheduled. If you would like to be notified when a class is scheduled, please contact the extension office or send an email using our contact form under "about".

Classroom Topics Include (but not limited to):

  • Plant Science
  • Pesticide Safety/Weed ID & Control
  • Plant Disease Diagnosis & Control
  • Insect ID & Control
  • Herbaceous Ornamentals
  • Animal Pests
  • Herbs
  • Soil Science
  • Woody Ornamentals
  • Vegetable Gardening
  • Fruit Production
  • Home Lawn Care
  • Landscape Design

Class Fee: The class fee (to be determined whent the class is scheduled) includes all class-related handouts and materials including the newly released 500+ page Master Gardener manual. Class size is limited and registration is required to reserve a place in the class.

Requirements: Attendance at weekly training sessions is necessary for success in the course. A passing grade on the final exam is required to become a Purdue Master Gardener Intern. After logging 35 volunteer hours within two years, you will be certified as Purdue Master Gardener. Certification is renewed annually with 12 volunteer hours and 6 education hours.

Information and application:
Will be available when the class schedule is announced at The Hendricks Co Extension Office website: