Southern Gardening Audio From 2018
If you haven’t planted your winter color it’s not too late. Consider planting some of the colorful ornamental kale and cabbage today on Southern Gardening.
Gulf muhly grass is a native plant that really performs in the fall and winter months today on Southern Gardening.
Many flowering plants are only one or two steps out of the ditch, and goldenrod is no exception today on Southern Gardening.
This time of year is always a treat as summer background plants step up and show their stuff today on southern Gardening.
The freezing temperatures we know are coming are a stark reminder that winter has arrived today on Southern Gardening.
There’s a reason gardeners call compost “black gold” today on Southern Gardening.
I’m going to share a tip to help you create your ideal garden today on Southern Gardening.
Host: Gary Bachman, Ornamental Horticulture Specialist
It’s time for more peppers in the garden, and landscape today on Southern Gardening.
Buying your matrix Pansies now will give you the best selection.
Many of us buy a wide variety of products via mail order or, more accurately, from categories online. So, why not include plants and seeds?
A must have plant for our Mississippi landscape is Golden Thryallis
Now is the time to start thinking about how to make the garden a lot easier next year and beyond.
Plants require staking for a variety of reasons.
Tuberous Begonias are a must have plant for just about every garden.
Day lengths are decreasing, and very soon night time temperatures will also. These are important and powerful environmental cues for our landscape plants.
There are four species of lavender commonly grown in the garden; but in Mississippi, for the best success, grow Spanish Lavender.
Everyone can grow a few fresh herbs so let’s talk easy to grow chives.
I always look forward to the cooler fall weather because that means my citrus are going to produce homegrown goodness.
Giant allium has a clean architectural form with straight flower stems up to four feet tall and nearly perfect globular flower heads reaching almost six inches in diameter.