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Cover photo for Don't Prune Too Soon!!

Don't Prune Too Soon!!

Wait until new growth starts in the Spring. Pruning too early may result in: Stimulating new growth that will be vulnerable …

Cover photo for 2018 Dig-In!

2018 Dig-In!

9th Annual Dig In! Community Gardens Nourishing Wake County A half day symposium March 10th at Marbles Museum in Raleigh, NC Information and …

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Persimmons – A Fruit Tree to Consider

Persimmons Diospyros virginiana are native to North Carolina. This medium size (30-60 feet tall) deciduous tree can be found throughout the …

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Gardening in Sandy Soils

“Love the place you live” is a great adage when you have the perfect gardening conditions. But, when you …

Coyote Management Workshop

Cumberland County Cooperative Extension, the NC Wildlife Resource Commission, and USDA Wildlife Services invite you to attend our free …

Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs

In September, Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs (BMSB) begin their search for a place to spend the winter. It is …

Peony - Part 2

Site Selection, Planting and Maintaining Your Peony Site Requirements: Peonies grow best in full sun. They will tolerate light shade …

Hydrangea - Pruning and Colors

The general rule for pruning is to prune spring blooming shrubs after they flower and summer blooming shrubs in …

Peony - Part 1

Peony is a very beautiful long-lived plant. Select carefully and plant in a permanent location in September. Much like …

Gardenia or Cape Jasmine

When thinking of the southern gardens, Gardenia’s often come to mind. These plants have been in southern gardens for …

Roundup for Lawns

It is weed season. Actually, it can almost always be weed season, depending on your definition of a …

Dandelions - a Love-Hate Relationship

Common Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) Homeowners have a love-hate relationship with dandelions. Children love to pick the bright yellow dandelion …

Crepe Murder

You see it every year in the spring, Crepe Murder. What is it, why do people do it and …