Monthly Archives: June 2016

Eddie’s Corner: What’s Wrong With My Roses?

By Eddie Ayers, County Extension Agent

Knockout RosesThe past couple of weeks I have been getting questions about problems with roses, in particular knockout roses. Knockout roses were selected and developed to be disease resistant and prolific bloomers. For the most part they have lived up to their name and generally don’t have too many problems, so when problems show up there is cause for concern.  Continue reading

Garden Tours with the Master Gardeners

Summer Open Gardens 2016, Fannin County

Hosted by the North Georgia Master Gardeners

Friday, June 10th 10am-2pm

Garden #1- has over 20 varieties of hydrangeas as well as daylilies, roses, hostas, hardy geraniums, hardy begonias, pulmonaria, brunnaria.

Garden #2- includes a lovely wetlands trail with native ferns, small trees & shrubs. The home is surrounded by conifers, native plants & ornamentals.

Please wear comfortable walking shoes. Some of the grounds are uneven. All are welcome.

For directions to the gardens & reservations, Call the Fannin County Extension office at 706-632-3061