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Cover photo for Alamance Gardener - June 2022

Alamance Gardener - June 2022

Alamance Gardener JUN 2022 Read about this bell ringer and other June gardening issues in this month’s Alamance …

Cover photo for May 2022 Alamance Gardener

May 2022 Alamance Gardener

The Bee did it!!! Read about our native pollinators and some of their quirky (and possibly annoying) lifestyle habits …

Cover photo for Alamance Gardener December 2021

Alamance Gardener December 2021

What makes your favorite Christmas tree so special? Read all about it in this month’s Alamance Gardener! Alamance Gardener December …

Cover photo for Alamance Gardener November 2021

Alamance Gardener November 2021

It’s a colorful time of year – read about nature’s most beautiful mulch in this month’s Alamance Gardener! Alamance Gardener …

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Alamance County 4-H Clubs

Check out our 4-H clubs in Alamance County this year. There is definitely something for everyone! 4-H Reps Lucky Leaf 4-H Elon …

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Healthy Heart, Healthy You

Cardiovascular disease is the #1 killer of both men and women in the U.S., but there are many ways …

Cover photo for September 2020 Alamance Gardener

September 2020 Alamance Gardener

It’s September and the 10th Annual Master Gardener℠ Volunteers of Alamance County Fall Plant Sale is not the only …

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