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Lise Jenkins
Newspaper columnist and podcast producer. Exploring the intersection of horticulture and suburban living in North Carolina
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Lise Jenkins Jul 16
Behind the scenes look at the conservatory on . Fascinating to see what goes in to making look easy! . .
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Lise Jenkins Jul 15
Lots of friendly faces at yesterday’s Ashe County Farm Tour sponsored by . Nice folks doing great things for the High Country. . .
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Thomas Rainer Jul 13
Fascinating: A new theory explains why certain plants spread worldwide-- they adapted thinner roots less dependent on symbiotic fungi. This gives new insight to plant invasions & how to prepare sites for restorations
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Lise Jenkins Jul 12
Ashe county farm tour this weekend. Sponsored by Looking forward to meeting folks who grow our . . ⠀⠀ .
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NC Conservation Network Oct 18
Follow if you agree: NC is full of beautiful places and they're worth protecting for future generations.
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Lise Jenkins Jul 11
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Lise Jenkins Jul 9
It goes without saying... my answer is YES 👍🏻
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Lise Jenkins Jul 9
‘Nikko Blue’ hydrangeas stealing the show now in my garden. Enjoyed learning about plant development from for the . . . .
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Lise Jenkins Jul 8
It’s the confetti season! Asiatic shine in our warm weather. This is a good time to see the show and make plans for fall planting. . . .
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Danielle Nierenberg Jul 8
Today, only 5 percent of the original old-growth coast redwood forest – the tallest trees in the world – remains. This arborist is striving to replace every tree that was cut down.
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NC State Hort Jul 5
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Blowing Rock, NC Jul 7
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Lise Jenkins Jul 7
NC shines in national horticulture competition. Congrats to and for their wins. More on .
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Lise Jenkins Jul 6
Where do all those beautiful Hydrangeas come from? Find out on on
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Lise Jenkins Jul 5
Native bees seal up the entrance to their cells in my @wildlifeworld_uk box using mud, leaves and now pine needles. With 4,000 species in North America and over 300 identified in our area they provide an important link in our food web. . . . #…
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Lise Jenkins Jul 4
Study finds urban trees can store as much carbon as counterparts in Tropical forests.
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