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Tips on gardening for N.C. newcomers

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By Master Gardener, Brunswick County Extension

Tom Woods 
Master Gardener

Humid weather, high rainfall and nutrient-deficient soils are just a few of the challenges you might face as a gardener new to Brunswick County, but North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension specialists and agents agree there are also upsides to gardening here.

If you recently moved to North Carolina and want to start a garden, you need to forget everything you know about gardening. No longer can you stick a plant in the ground and expect it to grow.

Clay and sand


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