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Wilson Botanical Gardens Photo Contest

Monday, July 27, 2015   6:00 pm Wilson Botanical Garden Photo Contest Sponsored by the Wilson Botanical Garden Award Reception July 27th (Monday) 6:00 PM Calling all photographers! Do you have an eye for MORE »

Rose Rosette

Rose rosette virus samples have started coming back into the office so I thought it would be a good reminder of what to look for when scouting your roses. This disease has been MORE »

Control Bagworms Now

Bagworms will start hatching soon. You can find the tiny caterpillars with tiny upright bags anywhere there are bags left from last year. The bagworm, is a very common ornamental pest throughout the MORE »

Want to join a 4-H club in Wilson County?

Do you want to learn more about 4-H?  Do you want to make more friends with similar interests?  4-H Clubs are for you! In Wilson County, North Carolina, there are quite a few MORE »

Squash

As an avid vegetable gardener I love to add new vegetables to my garden. Even if I can’t find something I have never grown before I can incorporate a different variety of some MORE »

PROTECTING PLANTS FROM COLD DAMAGE

While our temperatures typically stay above freezing in Wilson, gardeners need to remember the plants in the winter garden. Winter protection does not mean to keep plants warm, but to provide protection from MORE »

Become an Extension Master Garden Volunteer

Become an Extension Master Garden Volunteer Have you ever wanted to learn more about growing plants? Are you interested in fruits, vegetables, flowers, trees or lawns? Do you enjoy helping others with their MORE »

Fall is for Sage

There is an endless number (over 700) different species of Sage or Salvia. Many of them grow well in Wilson, whether for ornamental purposes or to use in cooking. Most salvias are perennials, MORE »

Wilson Winter Lights

December 5, 6, and 7 from 6-9 PM Join us at the Wilson Botanical Gardens where thousands of dazzling lights, lively music, splashing water features and hand-crafted botanical decorations compose a brilliant wonderland MORE »

Pecan Pests

Pecan trees are common in eastern North Carolina. One of the most devastating insects on pecans is the pecan weevil. Pecan weevils damage nuts in two ways. First, they feed on the young MORE »

Japanese Beetles Are Here

Japanese beetles were first reported in North America in 1916. Now they are seen throughout the eastern United States. Japanese Beetles are out now, but I haven’t seen too many. July tends to MORE »

Extension Master Gardener Training

Extension Master Gardener training beginning September 9, 2014 Cost approximately $100.00 See link below to view brochure and application EMG Application https://www.ces.ncsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/MGV-Application0001.pdf EMG Brochure MORE »