Tour four stunning gardens of Fannin County.
Sponsored by North Georgia Master Gardeners, the tours display four different approaches to flower and vegetable gardening. As well as enjoying the beauty of the gardens, visitors will be able to ask questions about plants and their growing conditions.
Friday and Saturday
June 5th and 6th, 2015
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For directions, please contact Becky at Fannin County Extension Office (706-632-3061) or email to Becky at email@example.com
By Eddie Ayers, County Extension Agent, May 15, 2015
As plants leaf out and start growing they provide a good meal for many insects. One critter that is causing problems to roses and some other plants is the larval stage of the sawfly. This larvae or caterpillar is hard to see, but the damage left behind is easy to spot.
I was working in the Cooperative Extension office the other day when a lady came bustling through the door with a concerned look on her face. Eddie Ayers, the Extension Agent, was busy in his office. Remembering my Master Gardener training and hoping to impress Eddie, I stepped up to the counter and said in a voice loud enough for Eddie to hear, “May I be of assistance?” Continue reading