Episodes

SG582: Plant Explorers with Karen Rexrode

I’m so delighted to have Karen Rexrode on the show today. Karen is giving an encore presentation of her keynote presentation, Plant Explorers, heard Saturday night at the 2017 Garden Blogger’s Fling. Karen is a gem of horticultural wisdom – she’s quite a find in her own right! Karen is a Northern Virginia Gardener, a…

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SG580: The Echinacea Evolution!

SG580: The Echinacea Evolution!

Today’s show is all about Echinacea – it’s my all-time favorite American native perennial. In fact, one of my first recommendations to new gardeners who are looking for ornamental perennials is Echinacea. Like my Grandmother Bernadette, Echinacea is a daughter of the prairie, absolutely beautiful, and tough as nails.   And, I predict you’re going…

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SG579: Day Three of the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling

In today’s show, I’m wrapping up my three part series about the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling held in and around Washington DC. at the end of this past June. Day 3 was focused on gardens in rural areas outside of DC area, so we will be reviewing wonderful private and public gardens in areas like:…

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SG578: Day Two of the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling

SG578

In today’s show, I’m continuing my three part series about the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling held in and around Washington DC at the end of this past June. We will be reviewing Day 2 of the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling. On this day, we saw gardens in the suburbs of the DC area, so we’ll…

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SG577: Day One of the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling

I am really so thrilled about today’s show. It’s the beginning of a three part series about the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling held in and around Washington DC at the end of this past June. To start off the series, we will be reviewing Day 1 of the 2017 Garden Bloggers Fling. We’ll be sharing…

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SG576: Ornamental Grasses for Every Garden

SG576: Ornamental Grasses for Every Garden By Jennifer Ebeling | July 7, 2017 I am really excited about today’s show: I’m going to review a variety of ornamental grasses and provide tips on how to incorporate them into your landscape. Ornamental grasses add so much to your landscape.  They offer a diverse number of benefits…

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SG574: How to Make Your NEW Garden Feel OLDER

How to Make Your NEW Garden Feel OLDER

Today we are going to explore the various methods to make your new garden feel much older! Back when I first started gardening, I remember learning with a little sense of frustration the old adage about perennials – the first year they sleep, the second year they creep, and the third year they leap.  I…

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SG573: Basilmania!

Basilmania!

Basil is my all-time favorite edible to grow in the garden. In fact, my first purpose for digging in the dirt every Spring is to plant my basil crop – and despite getting a late start after rotator cuff surgery, this year was no exception. Like me, many gardeners associate the smell of basil with…

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SG571: The Top 40 Most Wanted Plants List

In today’s show, I’m sharing the Top 40 Most Wanted Planted List or as I like to call it, “The Plants We Pine For”. These are the plants that gardeners around the country mention when you ask them to finish this sentence: “I wish I planted more….” This particular Most Wanted List is compiled from…

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SG570: My Recommended Essentials for Your Garden Tote

My Recommended Essentials for Your Garden Tote

In today’s show, I’m sharing my gardening tote essentials – yes I am! I’m sharing all my favorite and wonderful items I like to use when I’m in the garden. Every gardener uses pruners and garden gloves, so today I’m talking about some of the more unique things I’ve incorporated into my gardening practice over…

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