Gregg and Jeff are exploring certain garden nuisances that find their way into most yards, and talking about what you can do to stop them. Common Garden and Yard Problems There are some insects and weeds that find their way into most all garden spaces. Let’s look at a few common problems and some things… Read more »
Butterfly Annuals A lot of people want to attract butterflies to their garden, and understandably so! We have some tips to help draw these beautiful insects towards your yard. Plan Your Flowers While it’s true that butterflies are drawn to brightly colored blooms, a big bright flower is not a surefire way to attract butterflies.… Read more »
Learn how to control slugs in your garden and how to control lacebugs on your azalea plants from the experts at The Good Earth Garden Center.
Need some fertilizer guidance? Look no further. Gregg and Jeff have some information to help you make the right decision with ease. Making Sense of Fertilizer There are plenty of fertilizers on the market, and that can make the choice difficult when it’s time to buy. Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed. We’ve got some suggestions… Read more »
In this segment, Jeff and Gregg are discussing herbs, including the details about starting your own small herb garden and how to keep it healthy. Get Started with Herb Gardening Have you ever run to the store only to find the herbs you need are out of stock? We’ve got a way to combat that… Read more »
Listen in while Jeff catches up with Gregg about the do’s and don’ts of repurposing unique containers to pot your plants. What can you use as a container? We talk about containers quite a bit, because they’re an important element in the health of all potted plants! This week, we’re focusing on sprucing up your… Read more »
Varieties of Vines Read more to learn about the different types of vines, how they weather the winter, and how to give your vines the care they need. Evergreen Clematis Evergreen clematis, sometimes called Old Man’s Beard, does well in the Arkansas climate. It’s one of the earlier bloomers, and due to the especially mild… Read more »