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Who Spilled Paint on My Camellias?

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteer in Lee County. If you happened to be painting …

February Gardening Guidelines

This article was written by Becky Garrett, Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. Watch …

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Abiotic Diseases - Frost Injury

When we talk about diseases, we often think about teeny, tiny “no-seeum” critters – living organisms like fungi, bacteria, …

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Set Goals to Make the Best Better

January is the time of year for resolutions and an appropriate opportunity for personal goal setting. For clarification, a …

Community Garden

Recovery and Resilience

Recent studies show that following extreme storm events community gardens can supply food, enhance social empowerment, provide safe gathering …

Setting Goals for the New Year

The New Year is here! Have you decided on a resolution? Often, these yearly goals focus on improving overall …

Stink Bug

Stink Bugs

Stink bugs, palmetto bugs, lady bugs, wasps, flies, all kinds of 6 leggers, 8 leggers, and some no legger …

Green Gift Giving

Gift Ideas for Green Giving

Need the perfect present for the established gardener or the greenhorn to greenspaces on your holiday gift list? Here …

Kale in the Garden

Growing Edibles in the Landscape

Do you grow vegetables at your house? Are they stashed in the backyard? Some varieties of your favorite produce are …

2020 guide

Horticulture Resource Guide

Need to find products or services for your growing needs? Read more about it here! 2020 Horticulture Resource …

Food Heritage of Lee County

Since 1986, the Farm-City Week Ladies’ Luncheon has taken place in early December. This event brings together Lee County …