Category: In the Garden

Flower Arranging Supplies

So many readers have expressed interest in creating floral arrangements using flowers and foliage from their gardens. The items listed below are must-haves for your floral arranging toolbox. Start...

Ambrosia Beetles

Ambrosia beetles are common, tiny (only about 1/16” long), and can infest hundreds of different woody plant species. In South Carolina, these little beetles typically infest stressed trees, vines,...

Clemson Give Day

In 2023, the Clemson Home and Garden Center (HGIC) staff answered 11,182 Calls and 6,701 Emails. These questions were answered by four full-time agents and one part-time information specialist. In...

Woodland Phlox

Blooming in spring, woodland phlox (Phlox divaricata), a native wildflower, attracts pollinators to the shade garden. Butterflies, bees, and moths visit it for nectar and pollen. It blooms as other...

This Month in Your Garden- April 2024

Coastal Region- Christopher Burtt Begin to apply fertilizer where needed based on soil test results. If a soil test has not been done, be sure to have one done to better guide the fertilizer needs...

Spring Flower Arrangements

One of the many joys of living in South Carolina is our climate. If a landscaped yard is properly designed, you can have flowers blooming year-round. With the arrival of spring, I enjoy gathering...

Question of the Week – Shothole borer

What caused the damage found on a dead branch of this peach tree? This damage was caused by a shothole borer. Shothole borers typically find a way into the wood through damage initially caused by...

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