Spring Gardening 2015Published on 03/10/2015 For the past 39 years, University of Georgia Extension has shared gardening tips each spring with gardeners across Georgia. This year, UGA Extension experts once again share their knowledge through this collection of articles in an effort to help home gardeners avoid making mistakes, reduce the use of pesticides on their lawns and in their gardens, scout for and prevent insect pests and grow beautiful flowers, healthy trees, shrubs and turfgrass and harvest an abundance of homegrown produce. Happy gardening, and don't forget to wear sunscreen and a hat!
- Raised bed gardening comes with pros, cons Published on 03/12/2015
- Shop seed catalogs and try new and heirloom varieties in this year's garden Published on 03/12/2015
- Search for a level, sunny spot when selecting a vegetable garden site Published on 03/12/2015
- Growing herbs can be grown in the summer and dried for use in the winter Published on 03/12/2015
- Use forethought to head off garden problems before they happen Published on 03/12/2015
- If it's too cold for gardening, stay indoors and create a plan Published on 03/10/2015
- Plant cold-tolerant peas now Published on 03/10/2015
- Cauliflower looks to become king of the early spring garden Published on 02/24/2015
- Read herbicide labels carefully to avoid killing landscape plants and trees Published on 02/19/2015
- Time to shake off those winter blues with garden planning and yard projects Published on 01/28/2015
- UGA expert offers advice for new small-scale farmers Published on 01/27/2015
- Build a compost bin to reduce waste, make plant food Published on 01/08/2015
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