In this episode, Kathy Cropp talks with Adina Nance of Gro Green Organics.
Kathy Cropp talks with Dan Long, owner of Brushwood Nursery, about choosing and caring for vines and climbing plants. Read Article
In this episode, Kathy Cropp talks with Don Dobbs, who has been the general manager of Willhite Seed for 50 years. Don shares new developments in seed varieties—especially in watermelons, which have long been a Willhite specialty—and he offers advice … Read Article
Listen to this free podcast to hear Kathy Cropp describe the benefits of Garden How-To University and talk with Diana Warren about garden learning in general.
In this episode of Garden How-To, Kathy offers information to help you navigate that confusing “product” aisle and find the herbicide, pesticide, fungicide or fertilizer that is right for your garden. She covers both organic and non-organic options. Read Article
In this episode of Garden How-To, Kathy Cropp discusses beneficial and damaging insects commonly encountered in gardens. She interviews her daughter, Darcy Cropp, a certified pesticide applicator and market grower of flowers and vegetables, for her perspective. This episode includes … Read Article
Host Kathy Cropp shares some new websites and apps for planning and tending your garden, and then she talks with Sue Reed, a landscape designer who focuses on creating beautiful, sustainable and energy-efficient gardens. Read Article
Garden How-To host Kathy Cropp talks with nurseryman Frank Robertson about choosing the best-quality plants for your garden when you’re out shopping. He’ll tell you just what to look for and what to avoid. Frank speaks from his perspective and … Read Article
Host Kathy Cropp talks with Jenny Koester about her past gardens as well as how she gets along today as a “landless gardener.” How does she satisfy her love of plants and gardening without a yard of her own? Sign … Read Article
Garden How-To: Master Gardener Kathy Cropp discusses how gardening is a learning experience and relates stories of plants she killed as a beginning gardener. She suggests what things you really should find out about a plant before you try to … Read Article
Growing from seed is an economical and rewarding gardening practice. Master Gardener Kathy Cropp and Botanical Interests’ resident horticulturist, Ryan Schmitt, help you navigate the wealth of information on seed packages. It’s really all on the packet! This month’s RadioGarden … Read Article