Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Middle South

April, 2002
Regional Report

In the Garden

638

Controlling Cutworms

They come out at night, felling seedlings like trees, but by dawn they are nowhere to be found. Present in almost every garden, cutworms are both sneaky and wasteful. If they ate the seedlings they killed it would be one thing, but to leave the corpses...
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Shows & Events

Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage Feel like getting out your hiking boots and heading to the mountains? Gatlinburg, Tennessee?s...

Local Buzz

The Onion State Back in 1990, Georgia named the Vidalia onion its official state vegetable. Wise move! Thanks to...
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Regional Reminders

  • Plant Summer Bulbs
  • Cultivate Veggie Beds
  • Set Out Basil
  • Spoil Strawberries
  • Plant Groundcovers

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