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Public Gardens Map

Public Gardens
Map

Check out the Map of Public Gardens on the NCSU Gardening Portal *  Click on a marker for detailed information about that garden. * Use the zoom tool on the left to focus in on a particular area or to view a larger area. * Click and drag to reposition the view. *  Click a type of garden in the key to view only gardens of that type. *  Scroll down below the full size map for an alphabetical listing of gardens.

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Public Gardens Map

Public Gardens
Map

Check out the Map of Public Gardens on the NCSU Gardening Portal *  Click on a marker for detailed information about that garden. * Use the zoom tool on the left to focus in on a particular area or to view a larger area. * Click and drag to reposition the view. *  Click a type of garden in the key to view only gardens of that type. *  Scroll down below the full size map for an alphabetical listing of gardens.

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Vegetable-InfoSearch

Answers Here!
Horticulture InfoSearch . . .

Need answers to floriculture, vegetable, fruit, or weed questions? The Department of Horticulture invites you to try their powerful, but focused search engines designed to provide answers from the scientific literature, trade and association magazines/websites and NC State University, and archive (repository of literature dating back to the 1800s). Floriculture InfoSearch Fruit InfoSearch Vegetable InfoSearch Weed InfoSearch

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Therapeutic
Horticulture

Therapeutic Hort Portal[/caption] Therapeutic Horticulture Portal Horticultural therapy is a dynamic intervention that uses nature-based activities to promote learning and healing.  This website was designed to serve participants and their families, volunteers interested in supporting programs, interns seeking professional certification as well as professionals and service providers interested in offering therapeutic horticulture opportunities.

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Certify your
Pollinator Garden

The Million Pollinator Garden Challenge Register your pollinator friendly garden, large or small. Even a container garden can serve pollinators. www.millionpollinatorgardens.org Pollinator gardening 1. Use plants that provide pollen and nectar. 2. Provide a water source, such as a small water garden or bird bath. 3. Situate your pollinator garden in a sunny site with a wind break. 4. Select a wide variety of plants to ensure there are flowers throughout the season. 5. Do not use pesticides near your pollinator plants. Select Plants that Attract Pollinators Planting guides Pollinator Conservation Guide

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Plant Diagnostic Workshop Set for October 7, 2016

The Plant Disease and Insect Clinic (PDIC) will conduct a hands-on workshop in plant disease diagnosis for NCCE Area Specialized Agents and County Agents. Date: Friday, October 7, 2016Time: 8:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. Place: …

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Female Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly on Purple Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea)

Butterflies in Your Backyard popular

New and improved and even better than before. “Butterflies in Your Backyard” has been updated and  re-released with a beautiful new cover.  Available for free online  (PDF version linked), it has wonderful information on North MORE »

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Second Saturday - Seed the Corridor - Raleigh, NCSat Oct 8, 2016
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where:
Blount and Person Streets, from South Park through Downtown Raleigh and up to Mordecai
— 2 weeks away
Pollinator Garden TourWed Oct 12, 2016
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Where:
Pittsboro, NC
— 2 weeks away
Pollinator Garden TourSat Oct 15, 2016
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Where:
Pittsboro, NC
— 3 weeks away
Second Saturday - Seed the Corridor - Raleigh, NCSat Dec 10, 2016
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where:
Blount and Person Streets, from South Park through Downtown Raleigh and up to Mordecai
— 2 months away
Second Saturday - Seed the Corridor - Raleigh, NCSat Jan 14, 2017
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where:
Blount and Person Streets, from South Park through Downtown Raleigh and up to Mordecai
— 4 months away
Second Saturday - Seed the Corridor - Raleigh, NCSat Feb 11, 2017
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where:
Blount and Person Streets, from South Park through Downtown Raleigh and up to Mordecai
— 4 months away
Second Saturday - Seed the Corridor - Raleigh, NCSat Mar 11, 2017
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where:
Blount and Person Streets, from South Park through Downtown Raleigh and up to Mordecai
— 5 months away
Second Saturday - Seed the Corridor - Raleigh, NCSat Apr 8, 2017
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where:
Blount and Person Streets, from South Park through Downtown Raleigh and up to Mordecai
— 6 months away
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