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Gardening Tips for December

Your garden to do list: Have poinsettia plants for the holidays? They like indirect, natural daylight for 5 or 6 …

November Gardening Tips

A garden to do list: It is still a good time to get your soil tested for next season. Forms …

October Gardening Tips

Below are tips for the month of October from the Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Pasquotank County. If you …

August Gardening Tips

Below are just a few tips for the month of August. If you have questions, please call our Master …

July Gardening Tips

Below are a few tips from our Extension Master Gardeners on what can be planted, fertilized and pruned in …

June Gardening Tips

The Pasquotank Master Gardeners provide monthly tips and below are the tips for June. Plant Early this month you can …

May Gardening Tips

Below are the May Gardening Tips from the Pasquotank Master Gardeners. Prune Any flowering trees or shrubs after they bloom. Redbud, …

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Annual Plant Sale

Due to extensive plant damage from the harsh winter weather, the Extension Master Gardener℠ volunteers will NOT be conducting …

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April Tips for Gardeners

We have started to get calls concerning when to prune, fertilize and plant different things in your yard. Below …

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March Gardening Tips

We are proud to announce that our Pasquotank County Master Gardeners will be offering upcoming gardening tips. Please find …

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Pecan Scab

Pecans are a tasty, popular food native to North America. They are enjoyed in many desserts, salads, or just …

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