Featured Programs

almanac-gardener-2012-unc-tv-200x200 Almanac Gardener: weekly, one half hour, gardening show on UNC TV

  • Over the 20 week season, airing April to August, each episode of this long-running, home horticultural series plants fertile ideas with timely features highlighting local landscaping techniques, vegetable & flower gardening, water conservation, beneficial bugs and much more! So, no matter whether you’re a late bloomer in the garden or a resident green thumb, this informative original series addresses all of your growing concerns with half-hour episodes chock full of the latest gardening tips, techniques and insights.
communitygardenportal Community Garden Resources

MultipleCovers Extension Gardener

  • Quarterly newsletters focused on the North Carolina coastal plain, mountains, and piedmont. Articles are written by horticultural experts with the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service.
LogoWhiteBackground Extension Master Gardener Volunteers

  • Since 1979 North Carolina Cooperative Extension Master Gardener Volunteers have been guiding homeowners in making environmentally sound decisions in their gardens, lawns and landscapes.
FoodSafetyHandbook Food Safety in the Garden
Going Native Going Native: Urban Landscaping for Wildlife with Native Plants

  • See why landscaping with native plants is better for wildlife and for the environment. Find out about the problems caused by invasive, exotic plants. Discover the native plants you can use as alternatives to exotic plants. Create your own native plant landscape that’s attractive to wildlife and people with our step-by-step guide that helps you choose the right plants for your landscape.
InTheGarden-Logo In the Garden with Bryce Lane

  • Emmy® award-winning half-hour home horticulture show offers practical tips on how to grow plants and home landscaping techniques to make the home landscape look great without spending a lot of time or money on it. In the Garden also showcases some of the most beautiful and unique gardens in North Carolina, the Southeast and beyond.
Costa Rica Study Tour International Travel with Extension Master Gardener Volunteers

  • Costa Rica, ‘rich coast’ in Spanish, has a wealth of natural diversity — over 10,000 plant species and more than 850 species of birds, including many found nowhere else on earth. This 8-day study program will introduce you to a stunning array of exotic tropical plants and animals, the ecology of the rainforest and other ecological habitats, and tropical horticultural production. Specifically developed for Extension Master Gardener Volunteers this trip will focus on the amazing plants & gardens of Costa Rica.
JCRA JC Raulston Arboretum

  • Nationally acclaimed research and teaching garden with the most diverse collection of cold hardy temperate zone plants in the southeastern United States. JCRA focuses on the evaluation, selection and display of plant material gathered from around the world. Plants especially adapted to Piedmont North Carolina conditions are identified in an effort to find better plants for southern landscapes.
Searchable Database of Plants Plant Database: Search by Botanical Name, Common Name, or Plant Characteristics.
aphid Plants, Pests and Pathogens:

  • This Free Two Hour Interactive Webinar is Broadcast live as an in-service training for Extension Master Gardener Volunteers and Horticulture Agents. Links to Log-in information for the live webinars are available on the password protected NC EMGV Intranet. Schedules, speaker profiles and links to recordings are available to the public.
PubCover Publications: Research based information on gardens lawns and landscapes

EMGV-Radio Radio/Podcast: Our stories explore gardening in our region, the intersection of horticulture and innovation, and the people who are leading the way. Subscribe in iTunes. Like us on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Tuesdays at 2pm on WCOM Listen Live.  Subscribe for email updates.
TV-Radio Television, Radio and Newspaper: Programs and columns done by Extension Professionals across the state.Getting Dirty with Extension Master Gardener Volunteers
Radio/Podcast stories exploring gardening in our region, the intersection of horticulture and innovation, and the people who are leading the way. Subscribe in iTunes. Like us on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Tuesdays at 2pm on WCOM Listen Live.  Subscribe for email updates.
TurfFiles Turf, Lawn, Grass: Identification, Insect, Disease and Weed Management, Troubleshooting
Grow-For-It-Square Youth Gardening:

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