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The Troublesome and Often Dangerous Hairy Nightshade, Solanum sarrachoides

The Hairy Nightshade (Solanum sarrachoides ) is an introduced species from South America which is uncommon to rare in North Carolina.  It is listed as occurring in only five North Carolina counties.  With this plant, scarcity is a good thing.  … Continue reading

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American Hazelnut in Winter

Winter in the Central Piedmont of North Carolina has been cold and windy, with below average temperatures and bursts of damaging winds. In the City of Raleigh, consecutive low temperatures of 9, 15, and 25 degrees Fahrenheit were recorded in … Continue reading

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