There are many good seed companies to choose from but the list that my daughter and I developed may help you out even more – click here to view the list. Use their websites to your advantage as you look … Read Article
Master Gardener Kathy Cropp’s guest for this episode is Darcy Cropp. Darcy holds a horticulture degree and runs two businesses, including King & the Cropp Farm in North Carolina. Together they’ll make your seed buying experience easier by explaining the … Read Article
I wanted to thank NereidNina, the I-Tunes listener, for reminding me to do a task that is critical to you, our listeners. Chris Hansen and I talked about a number of winter trees, shrubs and perennials but I failed to … Read Article
Whether you’re growing edibles among your ornamentals or you have a landscape full of trees, shrubs and flowers, winter is the time to take a close look at what you have and what you want for next year’s garden. Master … Read Article
I recommended two books on the Winter Blues podcast so I have listed the links to those two books below so you can find out more about them. Happy reading! #1 – Wonders of the Winter Landscape by Vincent Simeone … Read Article
Garden color in winter—yes, it’s possible! Whether you want bright red punctuating the bones of your garden or to see glorious greens outside your window, your host, Kathy Cropp, along with her guest, grower Chris Hansen of GreatGardenPlants.com, have just … Read Article
Garden How-To: Master gardeners, Kathy Cropp and Barbara Royster discuss the process of winter sowing. It’s interesting and much easier than you think. With their easy-to-follow tips, you’re sure to become a better seed starter.