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The Buzz on Ground Nesting Bees

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener℠ Volunteer in Lee County. With the approach of warm weather …

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Shade Gardening

Sometimes gardens that were designed for and planted in full sun when they were first established transition into shady …

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Plan, Pack, and Go!

Recently my family and I went on a weekend adventure. For four days we exchanged the comforts of home …

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What Do You Call a Mischievous Egg?

About a month ago we delivered fourteen dozen fertilized eggs and incubators to fourteen elementary classes in Lee County. …

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May-June Beetles

May Beetles are also called June bugs because they are particularly active during summer, usually around the porch light. …

Webinars for Homeowners!

North Carolina Trees and Storms: Readiness, Response, & Recovery Mark your calendar for 7 p.m. on June 8 and 17, …

Safe Thawing

One of my favorite methods to preserve food and prevent waste is freezing. It is quick, requires minimal equipment, …

Gardening Guidelines for May & June

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

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Carolina Lawn Care

Participants will learn about how to create a personalized fertilization and irrigation plan for managed turf, as well as Best …

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Columbines, Gems in the Landscape

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

Non-Biting Midge Flies

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

Ruby-throated Hummingbird

Plants to Attract Hummingbirds

This article was written by Gail Griffin, Extension Master Gardener Volunteer in Lee County. Within a few weeks, the first …

Move Over!

Here in Lee County, agriculture is big business, and it is time for that business to get going. Tobacco …