Outdoors Briefs

In the garden

The plant doctor is in

The Haywood County Master Gardener Plant Clinic is now open again with an in-person format, 9 a.m. to noon every Tuesday and 1-4 p.m. Thursdays through September, excepting holidays. 

Drop into the Cooperative Extension Office on Raccoon Road in Waynesville or call 828.456.3575 with a description of any homeowner gardening issue, including lawns, vegetables, flowers, trees and ornamental plants; disease, insect, weed or wildlife problems; soils (including soil test results) and fertilizers; freeze and frost damage; and cultural and chemical solutions to plant problems.

Receive virtual assistance by contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.;or 828.456.3575 with a detailed description of the home gardening problem. A Haywood County Master Gardener Volunteer will follow up within a couple of days with research-based information.

Leave a comment

Smokey Mountain News Logo
SUPPORT THE SMOKY MOUNTAIN NEWS AND
INDEPENDENT, AWARD-WINNING JOURNALISM
Go to top
Payment Information

/

At our inception 20 years ago, we chose to be different. Unlike other news organizations, we made the decision to provide in-depth, regional reporting free to anyone who wanted access to it. We don’t plan to change that model. Support from our readers will help us maintain and strengthen the editorial independence that is crucial to our mission to help make Western North Carolina a better place to call home. If you are able, please support The Smoky Mountain News.

The Smoky Mountain News is a wholly private corporation. Reader contributions support the journalistic mission of SMN to remain independent. Your support of SMN does not constitute a charitable donation. If you have a question about contributing to SMN, please contact us.