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Gardening in Coastal NC
Gardening in Coastal North Carolina

As you will quickly find out, gardening in your new location is not like gardening in New England, or the lush climates of the mid-Atlantic states, or the mid-West.  But just look around and you will quickly see that many of your neighbors have met the challenge.  

If you are new and unsure how to handle the salty air, the sandy soil, and the long growing seasons, here are a few resources to help you get acclimated.  Oh, did we mention the abundant wildlife who love to snack on your plants and shrubs?  

You can get plenty of great advice from the many landscaping companies.  However, there is another great resource - the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service - that is an educational organization affiliated with North Carolina's two land-grant universities--North Carolina State University in Raleigh and North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro.
Extension Centers are located in all 100 counties in North Carolina and the Cherokee Indian Reservation.The Cooperative Extension Service serves all citizens.  Educational programs benefit rural and urban residents, community leaders, farmers, homemakers, parents, and youth.  there is no charge for services, however, minimal fees may be charged for educational materials and testing services.

They can be reached at (910)253-2610 or visit the Extension Center in the Government Complex, 25 Referendum Drive (Building N) Bolivia.

Here are a few links to help you with your gardening needs:

A great resource for wetlands, annuals and perennials for coastal Southeast, Carolina lawns, deer resistant plants, pruning, vegetable gardening, and on)

Good luck and happy gardening!

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