Based on the recommendations of the CDC, Clemson University has decided to halt all in-person classes and close campus areas. At the time of this post, there are no confirmed cases of the virus at Clemson University. This action is being taken to help deter the spread of the Coronavirus. Effective immediately, the South Carolina Botanical Garden will be closed to visitors. All of our programming and classes have also been cancelled for the foreseeable future. We will update our social media when we are permitted to reopen. For additional information, kindly visit Clemson University’s website at https://www.clemson.edu/coronavirus/
Lunch and Learn with Clemson Extension: Layla Burgess, Gardening for Bats and Owls
How can we work with wildlife, rather than against it? By attracting new garden friends with unique skill sets. Bats and owls help moderate vermin and various critters that can be damaging to the garden. Learn what they need and what they can do for you and the health of your garden.