Southern Gardening Audio From 2019
Zahara Zinnia are great choices for fall color in the landscape.
There are many types of eggplants other than the large purple vegetable that comes to mind.
Horticulturist Gary Bachman shares some tips on being proactive with gardens and landscapes.
Gary Bachman talks about the annual flowering vinca, a plant that brightens up our Mississippi summer landscapes.
Lavender is relaxing and also a great landscape ornamental plant.
Calibrachoa is a flowering plant that is sure to attract a lot of attention.
The lantana is a great go-to plant for hot summers.
‘Georgia Blue’ veronica is a great edging plant for our Mississippi gardens and landscapes.
Tuberous begonias are showy stars in shady spots.
Growing amaranth in the garden is an unexpected way to bring beautiful foliage colors to your garden.
Lines in the landscape pull the garden together by threading and organizing views.
Cosmos is an old fashioned annual cottage garden plant that is getting some new attention.
The dahlia is an easy plant to take care of and should be grown by more people.
Small dahlias are a great choice for containers on the porch or patio.
Gary Bachman explains that how you approach lawn maintenance determines your lawn care persona.
Elephant ears are a tropical plant that are easy to grow in a Mississippi landscape.
The yellow petals and dark centers of Black eyed Susans are recognizable across Mississippi.
Foxtail lilies are a striking plant; you will enjoy the flower spikes of this long lived perennial for many years.
If you are looking for a flowering plant that commands attention from midsummer to frost, hardy hibiscus is worth considering.
Horticulturist Gary Bachman talks about muscadines and some of the different varieties of the fruit.