Garden Times-Issue #1

— Written By Amy Ballard
en Español

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While we are sheltering in place and the weather has been inviting us outside, there are plenty of activities to keep us happy and healthy at home. Primarily growing your own food in a garden is a great way to stay active and benefit from this time spent at home. N.C. Cooperative Extension of Davidson County offers information about growing home vegetable gardens. This can be done in so many creative ways, one can have a lot of fun just planning out how and what to plant. The design of your garden space can be unique to your area and can add a lot of value to your life.

Gardening is a great way to get outside and have some fun while learning about the world around you. See the link below to read about one way to garden from one of our Master Gardener℠ volunteers of Davidson County.

Garden Times Newsletter 1_April 2020

Written By

Amy Ballard, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionAmy BallardExtension Agent, Agriculture - Commercial and Consumer Horticulture Call Amy Email Amy N.C. Cooperative Extension, Davidson County Center
Posted on Apr 7, 2020
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