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UGA CAES horticulturist Allan Armitage CAES News
AHS recognizes Armitage
The American Horticultural Society has awarded University of Georgia horticulturalist Allan Armitage with the society’s most-prestigious honor, the Liberty Hyde Bailey Award.
Gentiana clusii growing at Devonian Botanical Garden CAES News
Garden talk
University of Georgia horticulturist Allan Armitage will speak about the gardens of Western Canada on May 15 at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia.
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Bee Institute, May 10-12
Faculty members from Young Harris College and the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will host their annual Bee Keeping Institute, May 10-12 in Young Harris, Ga.
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Azalea pruning
If you love azaleas, you probably wish yours were as beautiful as those seen behind the professional golfers at the Masters Tournament. With proper pruning, you too can grow compact, healthy and attractive azaleas that flower abundantly.
A begonia blooms in the University of Georgia Research and Education Garden in Griffin, Ga. CAES News
Plant propagation
A plant propagation and hobby greenhouses hands-on workshop will be held April 25 on the University of Georgia campus in Griffin, Ga.
Orange Azalea blooming at the State Botanical Gardens in Athens, Ga. CAES News
Azalea care
Azaleas in full bloom are a sign that spring has sprung in the South. Georgia’s unpredictable weather has blooms on the Southern favorite popping out early. To keep azaleas at their best, University of Georgia Cooperative Extension specialists offer a few maintenance tips.
Endless summer hydrangea CAES News
Changing bloom color
Often purchased as a gift plant, bigleaf hydrangea can be transplanted in landscapes and enjoyed year after year.
A honeybee alights on a Cherokee Rose bloom in the University of Georgia Research and Education Garden in Griffin, Ga. CAES News
Rose pruning
Mid February to early March is the best time to prune roses. To achieve a high quality rose bush, you must remove all dead and diseased wood and reduce the remaining canes by at least a third. Following these tips from University of Georgia Cooperative Extension will help you get the job done efficiently and effectively.
UGA CAES horticulturist Allan Armitage CAES News
"The World is My Garden" series
University of Georgia horticulturist Allan Armitage will speak about gardens around the world in a series of talks set to begin Jan. 24 at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia