A Bit of Dirt – 2000 Newsletters

Click the link below each overview to read the full newsletter. Usually in each edition are also GCMGA event write-ups, meeting minutes, and additional association information.

Spring, “Notes from the Extension Office”; “Paired for Life (or not)”; “State Trees”; “Planting Tomatoes”; “Integrated Pest Management”; “Timely Topics”

BOD-2000 Spring

Summer, “Timely Tips”; “Gardening on the Web”; “Mission is Possible”; “Wildflowers Myths and Medicines”; “Buenas Plant Sale and Muchas Gracias”; “Champion Trees”; “Trees, Traditions & Myths”; “Annuals for a Long Hot Summer”; “Georgia Gold Medal Plants 2000”

BOD-2000 Summer

Fall, “Next Year or Three or Five Years from Now”; “Keep Fit and Healthy with your Garden”; “Bask in the Sunshine”; “Bits and Pieces, This and That”; “Dig, Divide and Conquer”

BOD-2000 Fall

Winter, “”Timely Tips for Landscape and Garden”; “Global Gardening on the Web”; “You’re Invited”

BOD-2000 Winter

A Bit of Dirt – 1999 Newsletters

Click the link below each overview to read the full newsletter. Usually in each edition are also GCMGA event write-ups, meeting minutes, and additional association information.

Spring, “What Happened to my Lawn and Other Things in the Landscape?”; “Get Ready for the Birds”; “Make a Copper Arch”; “1999 All-America Selections Winners”; “Web Gardening”; “Garden Trends Showcase”; “Try some Summer Bulbs”; “The Winter Hummingbird”

BOD-1999 Spring

Summer, “Timely Topics”; “Heat Maps”; “Web Gardening”; “Slugs”; “Flowers for Fragrance”; “Great Backyard Bird Count”; “New Roses for 1999”; “Books for a Summer Day”; “Uninvited Guest”; “Gibbs Garden Tour”; “The National Garden”; “Soil Solarization”

BOD-1999 Summer

Autumn, “Notes on Grass (Extension Office)”; “Naming Those Plants”; “Floral Trivia”; “Before you Spray”; “Exploding the Bird Myths”; “Life in the 1500’s…”; “Timely Topics”

BOD-1999 Fall

Winter, “Large vs. Small Trees: Transplanting Shock”; “Timely Topics”; “Heaths for Winter Flowers”; “Great Backyard Bird Count 2000”; “Favorite Houseplants”; “Adventures in Oz”

BOD-1999 Winter

A Bit of Dirt – 1998 Newsletters

Click the link below each overview to read the full newsletter. Usually in each edition are also GCMGA event write-ups, meeting minutes, and additional association information.

Spring, “Exploring New Horizons”; “Return of the American Chestnut Tree”; “A Gardener’s Bookshelf”; “Butterfly Gardening”; “A New Attitude”; “Spring Wildflowers”

BOD-1998 Spring

Summer, “What will the Rain do?”; “Project FeederWatch”; “Gardening on the Web”; “A Trip to Pensacola”; “A Gardener’s Bookshelf”; “Compost, Compost, Compost”; “Our Trip to Birmingham”

BOD-1998 Summer

Autumn, “Trees need Room”; “Ag Showcase ‘98”; “The Garden Path”; “Decorate a Gourd”; “Mysterious Migrations”; “Gardening on the Web”; “Halloween”; “Create a Wildlife Habitat”; “Fall Bulbs, Myths and Legends”

BOD-1998 Autumn

The Winter edition is missing.

A Bit of Dirt – 1996 Newsletters

Click the link below each overview to read the full newsletter. Usually in each edition are also GCMGA event write-ups, meeting minutes, and additional association information.

Issue 9 – Winter, “The Rage of Coleus”; “Climbing Plants”; “Trees in the Garden”; “Southeastern natives nudging to the forefront”

BOD-1996 Winter – Issue 9

Issue 10 – Spring, “Creative Enterprises”; “Herb Corner”; “Spring Checklist”; “A Lily is a Lily…NOT!”; “The Extension Line”; Excerpts from “My Garden is a Pleasant Place”

BOD-1996 Spring – Issue 10

Issue 11 – Summer, “Creative Enterprises Update”; “Trip to Margaret Moseley’s Garden”; “The Extension Line”; “On a Hot, Lazy Summer”

BOD-1996 Summer – Issue 11

Issue 12 – Fall, “The Extension Line”; “Confession”; “The Seasons of Harvest”; “You Might be a Gardener”; “Ornamental Grasses and Grass-like Plants”

BOD-1996 Fall – Issue 12