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Hot Tips for Cool Crops: Get Growing on Your Fall Garden

You might think the end of summer means bidding farewell to fresh, homegrown veggies. Not so – many cool-season crops hit their heyday as autumn temperatures drop, and some even…

National Public Gardens Day at the Atlanta Botanical Garden

- MAY 7, 2010 - What: A nationwide salute to the role that America’s public gardens play in researching and educating the public on the importance of preserving our environment…

Vegetable Gardening Workshop and Seminar Series

Forsyth County Cooperative Extension Presents: Vegetable Gardening Workshop and Seminar Series Jan. 28 — Seed Propagation Workshop Learn how to plant seeds, transplant seedlings, and build a seed starting station…

Wakoola Water Gardens

Free Pond Building Seminar – Create Your Own Backyard Paradise! 10:00 AM -1:00 PM Imagine a sparkling cool stream flowing to a waterfall and then cascading down a fern covered…

Fall Gardening Class Offered by Forsyth County Extension Service

The Forsyth County Extension Service will offer a free class on planning and planting for late summer and fall vegetable gardens on Saturday, August 13. The class will be taught…

Caring for Spring Bulbs

  The bulbs you planted last fall should be blooming soon, if they're not already.  Caring for them is easy. A little fertilizer when they first emerge and again after…

Pilot Project to Help Grow Greener Lawns

The Sustainable Landscape IPM Working Group, of which Audubon International is a founding member, has started a pilot project to measure changes in public attitudes and practices towards sustainable lawn…

Help for Sick, Damaged or Troubled Trees

As a homeowner, many maintenance and repair issues creep up over time. For homes situated on lots with trees, a sick, damaged or precarious tree can be a serious problem.…

North Americans Living “Lighter on the Land” on Small Farms Overseas

Staple foods are skyrocketing in price. In fact, the U.S. Agriculture department just estimated a 3 to 4 percent rise in food prices for this year alone. Some folks have…

Organic Gardening with Dennis Whittle

This session will be built around the concept of square foot gardening first popularized in the 1970's. The process is simple and Dennis will describe the layout, how to create…

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