Southern Gardening Audio From 2019
Gary Bachman talks about the Artemisia's influence in the garden.
One way to create feeling and emotion in the garden is by carefully combining the colors of flowers and foliage.
Hostas are popular shade garden plants; Gary Bachman talks about his favorites.
There are many great shady shrubs, but select hard working multi season shrubs.
Horticulturist Gary Bachman talks about resilient geraniums.
The garden hoe is one of the best garden tools; learn more from Dr. Gary Bachman.
Gary Bachman talks about the calendula plant that looks good in the garden and great in a salad.
‘Georgia Blue’ veronica is a great edging plant for our Mississippi gardens and landscapes.
Foxtail lily is one plant that can put on a show in late summer with its tall striking flower spikes.
Gary Bachman talks about the benefits of a raised bed.
We generally think of planting bulbs for spring flowering but there are great fall bulb plants today on Southern Gardening?
It’s the active season for storms and here are some tips on helping trees recover from storm damage.
Butterfly bush really earns its name each summer and fall.
Hummingbirds are entertaining creatures and the right flowers are an invitation to your garden.
Japanese maples are known for their graceful forms, and their fall color really shines, with Gary Bachman.
There's a reason gardeners call compost "black gold.”
Horticulturist Gary Bachman recommends the hardy hibiscus if you are looking for a flowering plant that demands a lot of attention.
Gary Bachman explains that vegetables can be both delicious and appealing to the eye.
Gnomes can actually play a significant role in your garden.
Gardening with bare hands can be satisfying, but sometimes you just need a pair of gloves.