Here is the 30th annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, with 20 features written by 11 CAES faculty and staff members to provide timely, valuable gardening information." /> Here is the 30th annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, with 20 features written by 11 CAES faculty and staff members to provide timely, valuable gardening information." /> CAES NEWSWIRE | 2005 Garden Packet Skip to Main Menu Skip to Content

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2005 edition of annual UGA Garden Packet is here

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Here is the 30th annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Written by 11 CAES faculty and staff members, these 20 features are provided to help you give your readers the timely, valuable gardening information they want. Your county agent (look in your phone book under "county government") can help you localize these features.

The 2005 Garden Packet stories are:

1 Broccoli, cauliflower do well in Georgia (Terry Kelley)
2 Gourds add variety, fun to spring garden (George Boyhan)
3 The early gardener gets the asparagus (Kelley)
4 Protect veggies from diseases, reap reward (Brad Haire)
5 Don't get ahead of yourself: soil test first (Sydne Moody)
6 Praying for prey: mantids 'tigers' in gardens (Nancy Hinkle)
7 New fruit trees great for home orchards (Gerard Krewer)
8 Dinner on ground? Don't invite mole crickets (Dan Rahn)
9 Protect landscape trees from power mower blight (Rahn)
10 Two-lined spittlebugs growing turf pests (Will Hudson)
11 Dogwoods Georgia's aristocrats of spring (Jim Midcap)
12 Select hydrangeas for flowers all summer long (Midcap)
13 Georgia Gold Medal give deserving plants a leg up (Rahn)
14 Dragon Wing like a begonia on steroids (Gary Wade)
15 Georgia Blue veronica a true-blue winner (Wade)
16 Creeping raspberry covers tough landscape sites (Wade)
17 Rose Creek, Canyon Creek abelias hot shrubs (Wade)
18 Glowing Embers not just another Japanese maple (Wade)
19 Landscape flash, fizzle? Stretch spring color show (Rahn)
20 Spring signals time for trees to crank up (Elinor Ruark)
Here are all of the annual UGA garden packet articles for the past four years:

(Dan Rahn is the principal editor of the annual garden packet and a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)

(Dan Rahn is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)

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