The D&B Garden Show

The Garden Gal, June 25, 2011 — Master gardener and certified arborist, Debbie Cook reminds us that if you want to enter in any of the end of summer fair's, be sure to enter now. If you are growing in the "largest division", be sure to pinch off any new flowers so all the energy can go to your large entry. Do you have trouble growing grass under your trees? Debbie tells us what to do and more importantly, what not to do. 

Direct download: 20110625.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 12:33pm MST

The Garden Gal, June 21, 2011 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist answers your questions ranging from bugs in your garden to voles in your dirt. Have you started to fertilize yet? How do you get rid of your neighbors bamboo trees that are now growing on your side? Listen in and learn more about the early days of summer and what you can do to make your garden beautiful even with the late, wet spring that we had.

Direct download: 20110618.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 2:08pm MST

The Garden Gal, June 11, 2011 — Master gardener and certified arborist, Debbie Cook reminds us about all the weeds that will be popping up with our late Spring and how to get rid of them. Aphids are emerging at the base of your shrubs, and trees which will drop some stickiness, but always know your insects before you use any kind of product on them, some insects are good.  

Direct download: 20110611.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 10:24am MST

The Garden Gal, June 4, 2011 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist answers many springtime questions about what is growing, what should be growing and what to do if your garden is not growing. Have you ever wondered about Poplar trees and how far apart you should plant them and why? Debbie gives us a good rule of thumb if you plant them too close together and how to prevent suckers when they pop up. 

Direct download: 20110604.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 11:27am MST

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