Mid-American Gardener


WILL - Mid-American Gardener - November 13, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Mid-American Gardener: Bringing geraniums inside, Christmas cactus, Catalpa trees

Dianne Noland has another great group of panelists including Shane Cultra, Mark Kemp and Chuck Voigt. They talk about how to get rid of flowers and beans on catalpa trees, the beauty of Swiss chard, a spray to protect outdoor plants during the winter, Christmas cactuses, bringing geraniums inside for the winter, filling in low spots in the lawn and many other topics.


WILL - Mid-American Gardener - November 06, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Mid-American Gardener: Fall gardening

Host Dianne Noland, along with special guest Ella Maxwell, Karen, Ruckle and Dave Ploussard, answer questions about the fall garden.






WILL - Mid-American Gardener - September 27, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Mid-American Gardener: Planting garlic, scale on burr oaks, switchgrass, perennials

Mid-American Gardener guest host Shane Cultra is joined by Steven Still, Kelly Allsup and Rusty Maulding to answer viewer questions. They talk about perennial plants, including a switchgrass that is the 2014 Perennial Plant of the Year, planting garlic, how to kill ghost flowers andoverwintering knock-out roses. Allsup shows off some grasshoppers she uses in educational programs.



WILL - Mid-American Gardener - September 04, 2014 ~ Comment (0)

Mid-American Gardener: Sweet gum and mimosa trees, pink daffodils, perennial seeds

Mid-American Gardener host Dianne Noland welcomes special guest panelists Sandy Mason, Bill Vander Weit and Doug Williams. Arborist Bill Vander Weit discusses sweet gum trees and mimosa trees. Horticultural educator Sand Mason talks about flowering plants and whether there are truly pink daffodils. Doug Williams talks about perennials seeds and a magnolia tree that won't bloom.


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