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All things Gardening, forestry, flowers and more.

The Maryland Forestry Department - The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Forest Service is the state agency responsible for the management and protection of the state's urban forestry resources. The group within the Forest Service with direct oversight of these resources is called the Urban and Community Forestry Program (U&CF). Click the links below for more information on the Maryland Forestry Department

Maryland Forestry Facts

Forestry Education

Department of Natural Resources

Flowers that are suitable for the state of MARYLAND

The 10 BEST Low-Maintenance to Grow in Maryland (2023 Guide) - What are the Best Low-Maintenance Perennials to Grow in Maryland? Click here to read more

The 9 Best Summer Flowers to plant in your Maryland Garden, click here to read about the ways you can improve your garden!

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The master gardener Program - the university of Maryland extension

The mission of the University of Maryland Extension Master Gardener Program is to educate Maryland residents about safe, effective, and sustainable horticultural practices that build healthy gardens, landscapes, and communities.


If you are interested in learning more about the Maryland Master Gardener program, click here.

Maryland Roadside tree program

Passed in 1914, this Law and its regulations were developed to protect our roadside trees by ensuring their proper care and protection and to ensure their compatibility with an efficient and dependable public utility system. Tp read more, visit the official Department of Natural Resources website.

Right tree in right place Program

Have you ever wanted to plant a tree but don't know where to start? Looking for a way to cool your home in the summer and tame winter winds? Visit the Arbor Day Foundation website for helpful tips and resources on a  proper landscape plan.

The Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) partners with the Neighborhood Design Center (NDC) for the Right Tree, Right Place (RTRP) Program. Click here to read more.

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