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Molasses

Molasses or Malarkey?

Sometimes I get the most interesting calls! Questions from plant, weed, and insect identification to various products to be …

Washington's historic Leach House, owned by The Gerard's and decorated by The Acreage - Gene Fox

Ever-Greenery

Topics for articles can get really scarce this time of year! I was talking with my wife at lunch …

Armillaria Root Rot on Arborvitae 'Green Giant'. Photo Credit: Beaufort County Resident Diane Ross

My Trees Are Turning Brown

I’ve had several calls come in over the past three weeks concerning Arborvitae (Thuja sp.) and/or Leyland cypress (x …

Frost, What to Do

Well it has happened, we got our first frost! We are in November! As things begin to slow down there …

USDA Forest Service - Southern Research Station , USDA Forest Service, SRS, Bugwood.org

Going Batty for Bat Week?

Did you know that we have an International Bat Week? Well, we do and it’s this week (October 24-31)! Bats …

Notice the blueberry suckers in the middle (red arrow). These can be severed from the mother plant during the dormant season using a sharp shovel. Immediately replant suckers in a container or prepared bed and prune the top 1/3 of the whip to allow roots to develop.

Propagating Blueberry Bushes

A great question came in this week about propagating blueberries! First, what is propagation? The North Carolina Extension Gardener Handbook …

European Pear Bartlett

When Can You Eat Pears?

My youngest daughter catches the bus every morning over in Smallwood. While we don’t live in Smallwood, we are very …