Category Archives: Regional Gardens

Nature is a Respite during Disconcerting Times

Spring is a season of hope and renewal and yet we find ourselves battling together, in isolation, an unseen enemy–coronavirus or COVID-19. Staying home, does not necessarily mean staying indoors and physically distancing ourselves from one another does not mean distancing ourselves from nature. Continue reading

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REGIONAL GARDENS: Winter Garden Light Shows

Holiday lights make winter gardens glow – learn about four regional gardens with holiday light shows. Continue reading

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REGIONAL GARDENS: Four Southeastern Gardens (Part 2)

Here’s part 2 of Elaine Mills’ journey to southern gardens, in both Georgia and North Carolina. Enjoy some of the unusual natives she discovered on her trip there. Continue reading

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REGIONAL GARDENS: Four Southeastern Gardens (Part 1)

Join Extension Master Gardener Elaine Mills on her recent trip to North Carolina and Georgia as she explored four public gardens and gained new knowledge about native plants, some indigenous to the Mid-Atlantic and others to the Southeast. Continue reading

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