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Wilson Botanical Gardens

 Did you know you have a Children’s Garden in Wilson?  Did you know you have a Garden that has something blooming year round?  Did you know there is a place for you to MORE »

Learn How to Sew!

Everyone needs to know how to sew on a button, make a seam, iron, and more!  Wilson County 4-H is offering a beginner sewing class starting on Feb. 24th.  This class is designed MORE »

Is It Time to Prune?

Is it Time to Prune?              While we have had our share of cold days this winter when we get a warm day gardeners want to get outside and garden.  Many times this MORE »

Hellebores or Lenten Roses

Hellebores or Lenten Roses Hellebores or Lenten Roses are small lovely small evergreen groundcover and/or perennials that add color to the winter garden.  The foliage is dark green with 7-9 leaflets and growing MORE »

Christmas Tree Care

CHRISTMAS TREE CARE Many homeowners are in the process of selecting a cut Christmas tree.  Christmas trees purchased are typically fir, spruce, or pine.  Locally grown Christmas trees may be Leyland Cypress, Arizona MORE »


Caterpillars While I was resting over the Labor Day weekend, others were not, including the caterpillars eating my cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts. The rainy spring and summer have produced a bounty MORE »

Wilson County Green Association

The Wilson County Green Association will meet on Tuesday, September 17 at Parkers BBQ, HWY 301 at 6 PM.  Our guest speaker will be Trooper CR Bridges on DOT Regulations and Safety designed MORE »

What Is Happening To My ?

What is happening to my ? Phone calls this summer have typically started with “what killed” my plant.  Leyland cypress and dogwood trees have seemed to be the hardest hit this summer.  Most MORE »

Rain Increases Pests

Rains Increase Pests The heavy rainfall that has occurred has forced a lot of common pests out of their typical habitats and is contributing to surges in populations. Millipedes are trying to keep MORE »