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If you're a home gardener looking to expand your knowledge of mountain terroir, or simply want to learn how to plan and plant a successful vegetable garden, the Haywood County Extension is pleased to announce new horticulture classes starting in January.

All classes will be offered online via Zoom. Topics to be covered include vegetable gardening; lawns and weeds landscaping with native plants; pruning trees and shrubs; small and tree fruits; woody ornamentals; and tree and shrub identification.

Instruction will last approximately two hours. Virtual classes will continue until face-to-face training is possible.

All classes will be taught by extension horticulture agents and experienced master gardener volunteers.Class size may be limited, with additional sessions offered depending on interest.

Registration is $10 per class, which is due at signup.

Learn more at https://gardening.ces.ncsu.edu/

Details about 2021 classes will be available in early December.

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