Growing Our Connections

By |July 16th, 2021|Wise County Extension|

Grow Appalachia Friends Come to Visit This week was very exciting because people from Grow Appalachia came to visit some garden sites with us. In fact, we took them to multiple sites that individuals in our Grow Wise program cultivate. Thankfully, everything went off without a hitch and everyone’s gardens looked great.

Educational Growing at High Rocks

By |July 16th, 2021|Uncategorized|

High Rocks has been flowing with productive energy lately as we work to maintain our garden spaces. The Ruby Grow team has been focused specifically on weed control, harvesting and trellis work. In the previous year we chose to utilize the Florida weave method to trellis our tomatoes. This year, however, we chose to try

Herbs to Grow in Shadier Gardens

By |July 14th, 2021|Linwood|

Do you love fresh herbs, but don't have enough room in your garden to grow them? Many of your favorite herbs thrive in shadier environments. Nothing beats freshly grown herbs! One of the joys of summer is the explosion of fresh herb-y taste, whether it's basil with summer tomatoes or mint in your tea. Growing

Local Farmers in Wise County

By |July 8th, 2021|Wise County Extension|

Blueberries! This week in Wise County, blueberry farmers have been super busy. This is because some berries are ripe enough to pick. With this being said, a local farmer allowed us and some Master Gardeners to pick blueberries for ourselves. Furthermore, we learned about the different types of blueberries and how each

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