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Camellias are Great for Pollinators

By Alfred Turner

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. There is a huge push to grow native plants in an effort to help pollinators. But don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater – some of our most beloved non-natives are important food sources, too. Right now, camellias are coming into their glory.

Making It Grow's 25 Anniversary - Part 7

By Sean Flynn

Amanda McNulty, Dr. John Nelson, Vicky Bertagnolli, Tony Melton

During Making It Grow's 25th Anniversary at the Sumter Opera House, Clemson Extension Agent and Host Amanda McNulty talked with the Clemson Extension Agent Vicky Bertagnolli and Dr. John Nelson from the University of South Carolina AC Moore Herbarium.

Making It Grow's 25 Anniversary - Part 4

By Sean Flynn

Amanda McNulty, Chase Smoak, Cory Tanner and Tony Melton

During Making It Grow's 25th Anniversary at the Sumter Opera House, Clemson Extension Agent and Host Amanda McNulty talked with the Clemson Extension Agents Cory Tanner and Chase Smoak.

Making It Grow's 25 Anniversary - Part 3

By Sean Flynn

Amanda McNulty, Rowland Alston, Debbie Hayes and Tony Melton

During Making It Grow's 25th Anniversary at the Sumter Opera House, Clemson Extension Agent and Host Amanda McNulty talked with former host Rowland Alston, former chat room host Debbie Hayes from Outdoor Appearance and Clemson Extension Agent Tony Melton.

Making It Grow's 25 Anniversary - Part 2

By Sean Flynn

Making It Grow Creators

During Making It Grow's 25th Anniversary at the Sumter Opera House, Clemson Extension Agent and Host Amanda McNulty talked with the creators of the show - Jim Barnard, Ed Sexauer and Rowland Alston.

Making It Grow's 25 Anniversary - Part 1

By Sean Flynn

The Band 6 Chickens and a Beer

During Making It Grow's 25th Anniversary at the Sumter Opera House, Clemson Extension Agent and Host Amanda McNulty introduces the musical guest "6 Chickens and a Beer" and then they play Celtic tunes they called "The Floral Arrangement".

Poikilohydry?

By Alfred Turner

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. Fellow Extension agent Chase Smoak and I like to learn new botanical words (he already knows a lot more than me). But I had a good one for him the other day.

Malignant Mistletoe?

By Alfred Turner

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. Although our eastern American mistletoe does do harm to our urban trees and our timber industry, the fact that it can only grow on hardwoods spares our pine plantations, and its seeds must be spread by animals.

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