The D&B Garden Show

The Garden Gal, July 28, 2011 — Master gardener and certified arborist, Debbie Cook educates us on how to stake a tree properly so that it will grow reaction wood and be nice and healthy for years to come. We also learn that when your trimmer gets too close to your tree and has noticible damage, it can still be saved. Simple tips to keep your trees healthy and looking good. 

Direct download: 20110723.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 10:42am MST

The Garden Gal, July 20, 2011 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist tells us now is the time to deadhead your flowers so that they don't go to seed which will also give your flowers more energy to produce more beautiful flowers for you to enjoy the rest of the season. On the ugly side, who has goatheads? Dig them up, spray them if you can and plan to get rid of them next year.

Direct download: 20110716.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 11:20am MST

The Garden Gal, July 12, 2011 — Master gardener and certified arborist, Debbie Cook asks us if we are keeping up with the weeding, deadheading our flowers or keeping an eye out for leafy plant eaters and if so what are you doing about it? Lavender is in season, which festival are you going to? This is also the perfect time of year to transplant, divide, share and enjoy your irises.   

Direct download: 20110712.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 3:48pm MST

Start Prepping for Your Fall Crops. Yes, Your Fall Crops

The Garden Gal, July 2, 2011 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist tells us there are only 90 days left in our summer growing season and it is time to start thinking about our fall crops. Where did June go? Also, Debbie asks, what do you do with a bee hive? Contact the Idaho Beekeepers Club to help protect our polinators.  

Direct download: 20110702.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 11:15am MST

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