Fall Lawn care

Lush green grass growing throughout the year is a challenge in the Piedmont.  Most gardeners select either cool-season or warm-season grasses for their lawns.  Charles Murphy brings us helpful tips for managing your turf and reasons for considering both types of grass.  Find out which one is right for you.

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Last Days of Summer

Sumer will soon draw to a close and now is a good time to begin planting your fall garden.  Learn how to add wildflowers and figs to your landscape.  We’ll also take you on a tour of a couple of places to visit as the weather cools down —the Japanese Tea House at Duke Gardens and the Mason Farm Biological Reserve.  And finally, find out what to do with all those leaves that will soon be falling.

 

 

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  • 2015 North Carolina Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association conference - September 21-22, Cary, NC
  • Welcome WPVM 103.7 FM listeners in Asheville, NC on Saturday mornings at 10:00 AM
  •  Duke Gardens - Japanese Tea House
  • Wildflowers to Feed a Bee
  • NC Botanical Garden - Mason Farm Biological Reserve
  • What to do with all those figs?
  • Gardening Chores for September

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