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It Is Safer Inside

This week the outdoor temperature has ranged from the 50s to the 70s as is typical in North Carolina …

Spring Dead Spot

Spring Dead Spot

Gail Griffin is an Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. Just when our warm …

Apple Rootstock

Why We Use Apple Rootstock

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. If …

Start to Be S.M.A.R.T

The National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences recognizes the month of March as “Living Well Month”. What …

Native-subterranean-termites

Termite Swarmers

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. When …

Deer damaged plants

Reducing Deer Damage in the Landscape

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. First …

Cover photo for Problems With Leyland Cypress

Problems With Leyland Cypress

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. To …

Paperbush Plant

What Is a Paperbush Plant?

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. You …

Root-knot nematode

Root Knot Nematode

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. Sounds …

Drysteam Bed

Eliminate Hard to Mow Spaces

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer with North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Lee County. If …

Fairy Ring

Fairy Ring in Turfgrass

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer in Lee County. Did the fairies come and dance …

Snowman

The Snowman in Your Backyard

What do buttons and carrots have in common? This time of year it is probably easy to guess a …

Snowdrop

Time for Snowdrops

Sometimes a name just fits, doesn’t it? Snowdrop, Galanthus nivalis, is a small perennial bulb that blooms in late …

Pansies

Pansies in the Landscape

How fortunate are we to live in a place where we can grow plants with the ability to bloom …