Extension Master Gardener Volunteers work with NC Cooperative Extension to provide gardeners with unbiased, research based information on gardens, lawns and landscapes and to provide answers to the challenging environment of gardening in southeastern North Carolina.
Congratulations to the Extension Master Gardener Class of 2018
Patricia Beck, Lisa Crook, Laura Dean, Joe Donahue, Connie Gammeter, Beth Keevil, Gaylon Lovejoy, Wanda Maggart, Mark Matteson, Sharon Roskom, Jeanne St. Pierre, Michele Tulai, Mike Tulai, Barbara White, Joanne Parker, Marj Echter, and Sue Lyons (Doris Vasaturo not pictured)
Day in the Yard Classes Begin in February
The first week of February brings the 2019 Spring ‘Day in the Yard’ classes to Brunswick County. These very popular classes run for 8 weeks and cover all aspects of gardening in our Coastal Zone 8 habitat. Read more about the classes and the schedules in 4 locations here.
2018 Brunswick County Newcomers Packet
The Brunswick County Newcomers Packet has just been refreshed and provides our residents with a wealth of information about plants that we suggest for our Zone 8A. It is a comprehensive resource for those new to gardening –it is meant to serve as a starting point as you select plants that will grow and thrive in our coastal environment. In this packet, you will find a wide variety of selections—from annuals and perennials, to large trees, to native plants—from which to choose.
The Brunswick County Extension Horticulture Staff and the Extension Master Gardener Volunteers are here for you, to help make the transition to gardening in a subtropical environment a little easier. We provide non-biased, research-based information to help improve the lives (and gardens) of our residents.
2018 Newcomers Packet here
Visit the NC Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association to read the latest newsletter, get information on purchasing the NC Extension Master Gardener license plates and more. Latest edition here.
The Million Pollinator Garden Challenge (MPGC) is a nationwide call to action to preserve and create gardens and landscapes that help revive the health of bees, butterflies, birds, bats and other pollinators across America.Register your garden through the Pollinator Partnership and be added to the map in support of the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge.