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
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
Hi folks: We’re thrilled to announce RadioGarden is finally available on iTunes! That means you can subscribe to and download the show quickly, painlessly, and of course absolutely free, and you can take us with you anywhere you can take … Read Article
Is it possible to become plant-obsessed? This month on RadioGarden, a podcast of stories at the intersection of people and plants, I meet three gardeners who’ve given it some thought. Read Article
I’m not buying the doom-and-gloom prophecy that print is dead. The magazine is the hub of the Horticulture Community, and we’re thrilled to bring you smart gardening ideas in print AND through other outlets. 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.
Human beings never seem to sit still. It’s the year 2010, and as usual, people everywhere are uprooting their whole lives–some by choice, and some not. But how many are moving away from gardens? In the debut of RadioGarden, a podcast of stories at the intersection of people and plants, I’ll talk to Lynn Felici-Gallant, a gardener preparing to leave her garden behind. Read Article