Southern Gardening Audio From 2019
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:
Deadheading is the important garden task of removing spent flowers.
Container gardening is a great way to grow plants in areas with no access to soil.
Instead of resisting weeding, try embracing this important aspect of garden caretaking.
Superbells are a great hybrid plant that will bring summer colors to your garden.
Keep your hanging baskets simple by planting just one type of plant.
Add gailldardia to your summer garden for a fantastic addition.
Create feeling and emotion in the garden by carefully combining the colors of flowers and foliage.
Window boxes are an old fashioned idea for updating your modern home landscape.
Succulents are an easy garden plant to grow both outside and inside.
Gary Bachman gives a few tips for busy gardeners.
‘Georgia Blue’ veronica is a great edging plant for our Mississippi gardens and landscapes.
You don’t have to search far to find vegetables that both taste good and look good; learn more with Gary Bachman.
Gary Bachman talks about the best plants to grow to attract hummingbirds to your garden.
For the biggest bang for your gardening buck, look for multi season shrubs that will do double, or even triple duty.
Two species of elephant ears are commonly found in Mississippi landscapes; today, we are talkingabout Colocasia.
Gary Bachman talks about mulch volcanoes.
Not all insects are bad; learn more with Gary Bachman.
Dr. Gary Bachman talks about the vivacious vivex that blooms in the hot, humid weather of Mississippi.