Southern Gardening Audio From 2019
One of my favorite heirloom plants is the Confederate Rose.
The freezing temperatures we know are coming are a stark reminder that winter has arrived.
One way to create feeling and emotion in the garden is by carefully combining the colors of flowers and foliage.
A garden is a form of personal expression, and what better way to say something about yourself than with garden ornaments?
It’s the active season for storms, so here are some tips on helping trees recover from storm damage.
Here are a few tips for busy gardeners.
If you are looking for garden plants that are also really easy to grow, succulents may be the answer.
Gary Bachman gives tips for how to place garden furniture.
Pansies are easy plants providing great color during the winter, but the story on pansies doesn’t stop there; hear Gary Bachman talk about the new Cool Wave series of trailing pansies.
Matrix pansies are a must have landscape plant for the cool winter season.
There are always tips home owners can use to make the garden a little easier to care for.
Concerned homeowners wonder if this moldy looking gray-green stuff is going to kill their plants. The cause for the concern 99 times out of a 100 is an organism called lichen.
One plant we should grow more of is the easy to care for dahlia.
Small dahlias are a great choice for containers on the porch or patio.
Beautyberry is a native shrub that will put on a fall show with clusters of bright purple berries.
One way to make your landscape look hot is to plant ornamental peppers.
Tuberous begonias are showy stars in shady spots.
Did you know there is actually significance of having gnomes in your garden?
Plants that have twisted or contorted features are fantastic at drawing attention to themselves, and your landscape, especially in the fall and winter.
Many calls I receive confuse frosts and freezes. While both are cold weather events, they are completely different.