This Week: Helen Yoest - Gardening With Confidence Live Coverage of the American Rose Society Fall Nationals We all need confidence in the garden and Helen Yoest will be with us to talk about her new book: Gardening With Confidence: 50 Ways to add...
Congratulation Rosechat Radio is a feature show on BlogTalkRadio please join us now Live interview with Helen Yoest coming up is Pat Shanley Vice President of the American Rose Society chatting live with us from the American Rose Society's National Fall Convention in San Ramon, CA
It's Fall in Colorado and the most colorful gardens are the shelves at the hardware store garden centers. Thousands of mums are for sale. I'm not that fond of the one-on-each-side of the front door look, but I do like to get the small 4 in and 6 in containers and plant them here and there in the garden where things look drab.
In celebration of tonight’s big ‘ol Harvest Moon we offer a book on pickling just in case you’re up to your elbows with garden bounty. “The Pickled Pantry” (Storey) by Andrea Chesman offers 300 pages of recipes and how-tos for everything from apples to zucchini.
One of the great pleasures in life is sharing the love of gardening with children. Most of them naturally like the idea of digging in the dirt and delight in the many new experiences gardening has to offer. They are attracted to colorful flowers, active critters, and pleasing fragrances so sharing a love of gardening is easy. Sharon Lovejoy’s book, Roots, Shoots, Bucket, and Boots serves as a guide to help and inspire gardeners impart their love of plants and enthusiasm for gardening with children.
September Newsletter: Fantastic Fall Dear Friends, Growing herb plants presents many challenges. Almost all are species plants and have their own requirements for germination, growth, and peaceful establishment in someone’s garden.
Best tips and advice for growing and using herbs for medicinal use. How to use herbs in the kitchen, recipes and herbal blends for savory and sweet dishes, making herbal remedies and landscaping with ornamental herbs.
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