Southern Gardening Audio From 2019
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.
Gary Bachman continues to talk about Angelonia for the landscape.
Angelonia is a great plant for the hot summer garden.
‘Georgia Blue’ veronica is a great edging plant for our Mississippi gardens and landscapes.
Succulents are an easy garden plant to grow; learn more from Gary Bachman.
Gaillardia makes fantastic additions to the summer garden.
Purslane can actually be a nice addition to your landscape.
Horticulturist Gary Bachman talks about the hybrid called Superbells.
Getting children interested in the garden this summer will help develop a lifelong appreciation.
Here are some tips to save gardening dollars in the New Year.
Learn how to attract hummingbirds to your garden with horticulturist Gary Bachman.
When looking for hot summer plants consider some of the new lantana today on Southern Gardening.
It seems I just can’t stop talking about Angelonia for our landscapes today on Southern Gardening.
I consider Angelonia one of the best plants for the hot summer garden today on Southern Gardening.
One of my favorite heirloom plants is Confederate Rose today on Southern Gardening.
Do you want a low maintenance garden, consider building a raised bed today on Southern Gardening.
A raised bed is exactly as the name suggests: a landscape or garden bed that is higher than the surrounding grade. By growing in raised beds, less time and space are needed to produce vegetables that taste so good. Raised beds offer the following advantages for gardening in Mississippi: