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9 minutes | Aug 14, 2018
Fall is the best time to plant blueberries and the new compact varieties perform well in small spaces. A group of special correspondents join the show and reveal what it’s like to grow blueberries down under.
11 minutes | Jun 15, 2018
The Future of the Green Industry
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13 minutes | May 29, 2018
The Earth Moved - Interview with Author Amy Stewart
Author Amy Stewart explains why she wrote 'The Earth Moved' about earthworms. She reveals their power to transform our landscape and offers tips for getting started with your own worm box.
16 minutes | Apr 17, 2018
Creating a New Hydrangea
With so many new hydrangeas available how does a gardener decide? Bryce Lane of NC State comes on the show and shares ideas for sustainable selections and DeVonne Friesen of Van Belle Nursery explains the development process.
9 minutes | Mar 23, 2018
Native Bee Boxes
Native bees are efficient pollinators and it's easy to encourage them to visit your garden. Vanessa Williams of the UK’s Wildlife World explains their lifecycle and how to make your garden more inviting.
3 minutes | Mar 12, 2018
Right Tools for the Job
Tough jobs can be easier if you use the right tools. A Japanese Gama hoe is perfect for cutting matted roots, the right kneeler makes the job comfortable and a good pair of gloves can prevent a trip to the emergency room.
5 minutes | Mar 9, 2018
Alamance Community College Hosts National Horticulture Competition
Alamance Community College will host the 2018 National Collegiate Landscape Competition. Hundreds of horticulture students and industry leaders from around the US will be in NC to participate. For more information visit https://www.alamancecc.edu/horticulture-technology-department-site/
10 minutes | Feb 23, 2018
Garden Club Legacy
Garden Clubs touch our communities in ways you might not realize. In this episode we find out how ancient trees, gas stations, and garden tours help make the Triangle a better place to live.
7 minutes | Feb 16, 2018
Garden Tour Preview
Take a sneak peek at a garden featured on the 2018 Chapel Hill Garden Club tour. Discover that every gardener sees the strengths and weaknesses in their creations and that we all live with what Mother Nature dishes out.
7 minutes | Jan 21, 2018
Insights from the #GrumpyGardener
Steve Bender, aka Southern Living magazine's Grumpy Gardener, has a new book out. We talk with Steve and find out that southern gardeners are the victims of their own success, why native plants aren’t always the right choice, and why he’s so grumpy.
10 minutes | Dec 28, 2017
Gardeners are more likely to end up in the Emergency Room come spring. Fitness expert Jennifer Wrigley offers ways for gardeners to stay fit over the cold months and avoid injury.
4 minutes | Dec 1, 2017
Knot Gardens at Agecroft Hall
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9 minutes | Oct 22, 2017
Gardening Under Glass
The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden has a fabulous conservatory and tropical plant collection but that’s not the only options for gardeners who want to keep tender, exotic plants at home.
11 minutes | Sep 25, 2017
The Living Forest
Author and Executive Director of the Old-Growth Forest Network, Dr. Joan Maloof, has a new book coming out —The Living Forest. This book is a beautiful journey through ancient woods that make up only 1% of our eastern forests. She explains why they’re different and why they matter.
2 minutes | Sep 11, 2017
Planting into a Cold Frame
Planting into a cold frame now will extend your growing season well into our North Carolina winter.
9 minutes | Aug 15, 2017
Restoring American Chestnut Trees
The American Chestnut tree still lurks in our forests and the American Chestnut Foundation is working to restore it to its rightful place in our world.
13 minutes | Jul 12, 2017
A Case for Common Names
Dr. Allan Armitage’s new book, Of Naked Ladies and Forget-Me-Nots explores the origins of some of our favorite garden plants’ names. Enter the promo code TRIANGLE to receive a 10% discount on books from Dr. Armitage’s website allanarmitage.net
12 minutes | Jun 27, 2017
Compost - The Key to Success
Public gardens and commercial growers share the key to creating a great garden is adding compost.
10 minutes | Jun 5, 2017
Gardening in the South
Mark Weathington, author of Gardening in the South, reveals the key to creating a successful garden in our region.
3 minutes | Jun 2, 2017
Leaving your garden alone during the hot days of summer is less of a worry when you add a timer to your watering system. The WaterEase timer from Gardener’s Supply is easy to use while offering a full range of functions.
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