Southern Gardening Audio From 2019
In Mississippi, the dead of winter is berry season. Right now many trees and shrubs are loaded with bright red berries, and one of Gary Bachman's favorites is yaupon holly.
We use wreaths to decorate our homes for many holidays and occasions, but what about using a living wreath to celebrate the summer season?
Sharing stories and ideas can make everyone’s garden a little better.
Consider planting some of the colorful ornamental kale and cabbage this winter.
Many flowering plants are only one or two steps out of the ditch, and goldenrod is no exception
Lines in the landscape pull the garden together by threading and organizing views.
If you are looking for a flowering plant that commands attention from midsummer to frost, hardy hibiscus is worth considering.
One way to create feeling and emotion in the garden is by carefully combining the colors of flowers and foliage.
Most gardeners love elephant ears as easy to grow tropical plants that have a big impact. Gary Bachman talks about the Colocasia species of elephant ears today.
Cold frames are great tools for extending the growing season, especially for veggies grown in containers.
A longtime favorite for the cool season landscape has always been snapdragon.
Not all snapdragons have to planted in the back row.
Find out when to plant dianthus for reliable cool season color with Gary Bachman.
We need to provide winter protection for some of our landscape and garden plants.
Confederate Rose is a wonderful plant that is really unknown outside of the Southeast.
Pansies are one of those tough plants that will perform all through the fall and winter season in our Mississippi landscapes.
Gulf muhly grass is a native plant that really performs in the fall and winter months.
Known botanically as Leucanthemum x superbum, Shasta daisy is a classic garden plant that is at home in the modern landscape as well as the cottage garden.
The end of the season is the time to properly care for your landscape tools.
Seasonal changes lead to a transitioning landscapes.