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.
Want to keep your garden looking great all summer long? Don’t miss these garden maintenance tips from co-hosts Jayme Jenkins and Teresa O’Connor of Nest In Style. They share summer garden advice on some of the best methods and products … Read Article
Plants are the source, at least in part, of most of our most basic needs–food, clothing, and shelter–and as gardeners, we know they give us beauty, wonder, livelihood. As gardeners, we also know plants aren’t all good, and in fact some are downright dastardly. Are they friend or foe? Read Article
School’s out, and it’s time for kids to play outside … not sit in front of a video game. That’s why co-hosts Teresa O’Connor and Jayme Jenkins of Nest in Style on Horticulture Radio are sharing great ideas for gardening with children. You’ll hear … Read Article
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
Don’t miss co-host Teresa O’Connor’s interview with internationally renowned chef and television personality Graham Kerr (aka “The Galloping Gourmet”), who explains why he has finally started a kitchen garden of his own. Then Teresa and co-host Jayme Jenkins review some of their favorite products for getting your own food garden off the ground, even if you’re short of space. Read Article
What evil strikes fear in the heart of the common gardener? Lock up your daughters, listeners! This month on RadioGarden, it’s Edible Rebels: stories from two well known food gardeners, one who thinks we should all be afraid, and one whose methods proved tantamount to fear itself, at least for her neighbors. Read Article