The D&B Garden Show

The Garden Gal, August 29, 2011 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist is ready for back to school and ready for you to start prepping your yard for the fall and winter. Perinnial weeds are setting their seeds and establishing a deep and hardy system to get them through the winter — don't let them! Debbie has tips to treat these weeds while they are flowering so next year will be weed free.  

Direct download: 20110827.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 1:42pm MST

The Garden Gal, August 23, 2011 — Master gardener and certified arborist, Debbie Cook talks to us about how to make rose cuttings to plant in the ground this year for a beautiful rose next year. Of course we are all dealing with little pesky critters in our gardens, trees and shrubs but Debbie reasures us there is a solution.  

Direct download: 20110820.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 10:38am MST

The Garden Gal, August 17, 2011 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist tells us that because our plants are thinking about the fall, it is time for us to do as well. There are certain products that are ready for their fall insecticide, but be sure to read all labels first. You'll never believe what a 50/50 milk and water mixture can do for your pumpkins and squash.

Direct download: 20110813.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 9:26am MST

The Garden Gal, August 9, 2011 — Master gardener and certified arborist, Debbie Cook tells us that it is possible to overwater or underwater your vegetables or containers. Be careful if your tomatoes are a bit dry, you don't want to overwater them or else they will crack. Container plants are going to need more water throughout the day with the hot weather upon us, so be aware of them as well. Learn these tips and more on this weeks Garden Gal podcast.

Direct download: 20110806.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 12:33pm MST

The Garden Gal, August 1, 2011 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist tells us that even in this heat which we are experiencing, it is still possible to overwater. So be careful and look for signs of overwatering. Debbie also educates us on how to do cuttings on roses, because now is the time for these type of soft wood cuttings.

Direct download: 20110730.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 2:46pm MST

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