When the Golden Harvest Master's Table vegetable garden was being planned, organizers knew it would require the effort of many to succeed.
Today, nearly two years after it began, the Master's Table garden continues to rely on volunteers.
Black-eyed Susans are easy to grow, and useful indoors for cut-flower arrangements.
At age 87, Hugh Fuller still enjoys home-grown tomatoes from his garden.
Mistletoe State Park is holding events to help Girl Scouts celebrate the organization's 100th birthday.
Family friendly events will surround the July 4 holiday at Mistletoe State Park.
The Augusta Daylily Show will be held Saturday at Doctors Hospital.
Organic gardening has become a way of life for ASU professor Donna Wear.
The Clarks Hill Striper Club is hoping to land new members with its Striper Extravaganza on Saturday at Mistletoe State Park.
Events scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Mistletoe State Park will provide families with an opportunity to experience the facility.
Even casual gardeners can benefit from the Augusta Council of Garden Club's landscape design classes.
Columbia County's 4-H program gets a sweet boost each year with the sales of Georgia-grown Vidalia onions.
As the weather warms, homeowners can begin transitioning indoor plants to outdoor environments.
Before it's time to plant, use the remaining winter weeks to plan for a summer garden.
Augusta's annual gardening show will be held Feb. 24-26 at the James Brown Arena.
Winter hasn't brought many days yet when fireplaces have been needed, but February likely will bring lower temperatures.
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