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Leaves of three and leaves of five, side by side in an overgrown flower bed. Picture by Gene Fox

Is This Poison Ivy?

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Camellia sasanqua showing Camellia Leaf Gall (Exobasidium camellia). Remove the infected leaves and put them in the trash. PIcture taken by Gene Fox

What Is Wrong With My Camellia?

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The picture was taken by Certified Extension Master Gardener Volunteer, Rena Edwards, the azaleas are in front of her home.

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The N.C. Cooperative Extension, Beaufort County Center is offering a series of classes beginning Tuesday, February 6th titled, “What You …

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