2022 Extension Gardener Workshop Series

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Extension Gardener classes are a series of lectures and hands-on workshops for home and community gardeners about how to grow vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees, shrubs and more. Using the latest research in applied horticultural science from NC State Extension and other land grant institutions, participants will learn how to grow food sustainably and learn how to incorporate native plants into their landscape to support beneficial insects, birds and other wildlife. Classes are structured for the general public and we love questions! These classes are a prerequisite to the Extension Master Gardener℠ Training.

All classes are held on Tuesdays and will run from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.

2022 Extension Gardener Workshop Series

Extension Gardener classes are a series of lectures and hands-on workshops for home and community gardeners about how to grow vegetables, fruits, flowers, trees, shrubs and more. Using the latest research in applied horticulture science from NC State Extension and other land grant institutions, participants will learn how to grow food sustainably and learn how to incorporate native plants into their landscape to support beneficial insects, birds and other wildlife. Classes are structured for the general public and we love questions! These classes are a prerequisite to the Extension Master Gardener Training.

All classes are held on Tuesdays at 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Hoke County Center located at 645 E Palmer St, Raeford or theN.C. Cooperative Extension, Scotland County Center located at 231 E Cronly St., Suite 800, Laurinburg.

Registration is required. Contact Debbie Humphrey at 910-848-8022 to register or for more information contact Robby Brockman at 910-875-3461 or by email robby_brockman@ncsu.edu

  • Composting 101: October 18 – Hoke County
  • Living landscapes – trees & shrubs: October 25 – Hoke County
  • Living landscapes – herbaceous perennials: November 1 – Hoke County
  • Fruits you can grow: November 8- Hoke County
  • Pruning trees and shrubs: November 29 – Scotland County
  • Lawns and lawn alternatives: November 22 – Scotland County
  • Sustainable vegetables: December 6 – Scotland County