Primulas offer shocking color to get you out of the doldrums
“Primula” comes from the Latin word meaning “first of spring.” With 400 species of primulas to choose from, pick one and enjoy some 14 weeks of unimaginable color that no other plant can match.
Heuchera are native to the U.S. and an award-winning perennial plant
Coral bells deserve a place in the sun, partial shade or shade. Plant them along woodland trails, in front of shrubs or partner them with wood fern or autumn fern or even hostas. Gardeners in the South must try them as a sunny, cool-season component plant.
UGA Tifton set to host annual Peanut Farm Show
The Georgia Peanut Farm Show is set for Thursday, Jan. 19, at 8:30 a.m. at the University of Georgia Tifton Campus Conference Center in Tifton, Georgia.
Primulas provide 12 to 14 weeks of unimaginable color that can't be matched.Author: Norman Winter Published 01/19/2017
Healthy vines protect watermelons from sun damage during hot Georgia summers.Author: Clint Thompson Published 01/18/2017
Georgia's black-eyed pea farmers hope for new luck in the new year, but experts aren't optimistic.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 01/12/2017
Coral bells make for great companion plants like flowering kale, cabbage or mustard.Author: Norman Winter Published 01/12/2017
UGA Young Scholars Program application period closes Jan. 31Author: Casey Chastain Published 01/09/2017
Lamium comes in close to 30 varieties that grow well in a large part of the U.S.Author: Norman Winter Published 01/04/2017
UGA seminar to focus mainly on water issues in peanut production.Author: Kyle Dawson Published 01/04/2017
Beloved 4-H camp's history documented in 900-page book.Author: Sharon Dowdy Published 01/04/2017
In a salad or in the landscape, Swiss chard is a delight for the palate and the eye.Author: Norman Winter Published 12/29/2016
Finger millet feeds millions, but little is known about the ancient plant's genetics.Author: Merritt Melancon Published 12/28/2016