The D&B Garden Show

The Garden Gal, April 29, 2012 — Master gardener and certified arborist, Debbie Cook tells us that now is the time to fertilize, overseed and trasplant. What is the perfect annual or perinial for a shaded area? Listen to a great conversation with a caller that will answer all kinds of questions for, give you some ideas and solve your tough shaded, garden areas.

Direct download: 20120526.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 1:40pm MST

The Garden Gal, May 21, 2012 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist tells us that May 20th is the usual last day of frost, although there have been some cold June nights in years past. Debbie also tells us when all else fails, when trying to figure out what is eating this or that in your garden, she advises to go stealth at night with a flashlight. Then you will be able to figure out how to treat what is eating all your garden crops.

Direct download: 20120519.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 3:32pm MST

The Garden Gal, May 14, 2012 — Master gardener and certified arborist, Debbie Cook on is out on vacation so Eric Hanson from Bailey Nursery fills in and tells us that the average frost date is past us so it is time to "plant like crazy!" Are you hoping to get in a full 90-120 days of gardening? Well, due to the mild winter, Eric warns and educates us that the aphids are out already so now is the time to protect your plants with the right kind of fertilizer. 

Direct download: 20120512.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 4:35pm MST

The Garden Gal, May 9, 2012 — Debbie Cook, the Garden Gal, a master gardener and certified arborist chats with Eric Hanson with Bailey Nursery about the difference is between blue and pink hydrangeas and how to take care of them and the soil around them. There are quite a few tips and tricks to make hydrangeas beautiful and bloom-tastic! 

Direct download: 20120505.mp3
Category:Weekly Radio Show -- posted at: 11:02am MST

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