Spring Gardening 2016Published on 03/10/2016 Whether you are a veteran gardener or new to the local food movement, you are sure to find worthwhile advice in this collection of spring gardening articles from University of Georgia experts. From how to fight squash pests to planting the perfect flowers for pollinating insects, these articles are written especially for Georgians and are based on science by researchers with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Happy gardening!
- There are no truly deer-resistant plants Published on 03/10/2016
- A little wildlife knowledge will help determine who's eating landscape plants Published on 03/10/2016
- Rabbits can be rascally foes in the garden Published on 03/10/2016
- Multiple factors contributing to pollinator decline Published on 03/10/2016
- Add curb appeal to your landscape with tips from UGA Extension Published on 03/10/2016
- Tips from UGA Extension will keep you serving squash year-round Published on 03/10/2016
- Both summer and winter squash grow in summer gardens Published on 03/10/2016
- UGA expert compiles book on sustainable gardening in the Southeast Published on 12/22/2015
- Novice gardeners should learn the lingo before ordering from seed catalogs Published on 12/22/2015
A cucumber vine grows in a backyard garden in Butts County, Ga.Download Image
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