NC State’s ‘Extension Gardener’
Here’s the Spring edition of North Carolina Cooperative Extension’s online publication “Extension Gardener”:
Duke Gardens workshops
SARAH P DUKE GARDENS, 426 Anderson St, Durham,
919-684-3698, gardens.duke.edu; gardening workshops are held in the Doris Duke Center; call 919-668-1707 or 1708 to reserve your spot. Register online or ask questions by writing to email@example.com. Here’s the link to the fall/winter seminars and workshops (note that parking is free after 5pm):
Planning your outdoor space
As spring draws closer, now’s the perfect time to survey our properties to determine whether improvements should be made this year. The document below offers lots of suggestions for various areas
Digging Durham Seed Library
A creative partnership of the Durham County Library, SEEDS, the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, NC Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners, and the Durham Library Foundation has resulted in the Digging Durham Seed Library. Now you have a place to donate extra seeds from your garden and choose get flower, vegetable, herb, and open-pollinated (heirloom) seeds to take home. (You don’t have to give in order to receive.) The Main, South Regional, East Regional, North Regional, and Southwest Regional libraries have seed libraries. Contact Margaret Anderson at 919-560-8598 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Tell us your success story about planting a garden using seeds from the Digging Durham Seed Library:
Main Library—300 N Roxboro St, 919-560-0100 [closed; under renovation]
South Regional—4505 S Alston Ave, 919-560-7409
East Regional—211 Lick Creek Ln, 919-560-0203
North Regional—221 Milton Rd, 919-560-0231
Southwest Regional—3605 Shannon Rd, 919-560-8590.
Free workshops given at Witherspoon Rose Culture (4800 Garrett Rd):
Call 919-489-4446 or click here for more info.