This week on Mid-American Gardener host Dianne Noland welcomes guest panelists Chuck Voigt, Jennifer Fishburn and Phil Nixon. They talk about transplanting rhubarb, prairie dropseed, what snips oak tree branches, and why flower bulbs don't bloom.
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.
Mid-American Gardener host Dianne Noland and her special gardening experts Tom Voigt, Kay Carnes and Chuck Voigt talk about tomato blight, citrus trees, picking decorative gourds, turf rust and other topics.
Horticulture specialist Dianne Noland and gardening experts Shane Cultra, Theresa Meers and Kent Miles talk about ornamental lilies, when to move crabapple trees, black spots on basil, watering tomatoes, preparing soil for planting and other topics.
Horticulture specialist Dianne Noland and her special gardening guest panelists Randy Thornton, Mary Ann Metz and David Robson talk about some of our summertime favorites. They talked about peaches peonies, rose bushes and tire planters.
Special guest host Jennifer Nelson and gardening panelists David Robson, Jim Schuster and Dyke Barkley talk about moon flowers, fireblight and a bald cypress tree.
Host Dianne Noland, along with expert gardeners Mike Brunk, Paula Blakley and Bob Skirvin, discuss several summer time gardening tips. Bob Skirvin tells us how to get rid of strawberry pests. Paula Blakley identifies a plant for us and also talks about tomatoes. Mike Brunk talks about magnolia trees and a weeping cherry tree.
Mid-American Gardener host Dianne Noland and her special gardening experts Gloria Young and Theresa Meers provide some helpful mid-summer gardening tips. Meers talks about asparagus and tomatoes while Young explains how to transform a dog house into a planter.
On this Mid-American Gardener host Dianne Noland is joined by special gardening experts Don White, Kelly Allsup and Bill Erickson with advice for gardeners. Erickson shows off a new variety of hydrangea, Quickfire, that is sun-tolerant and blooms early. Allsup talks about milkweed plants that can draw Monarch butterflies. The panelists answer questions about worm composting and what type of soil to put in raised planters.
Mid-American Gardener horticulture expert Dianne Noland is joined by guest panelists Mark Kemp, Kay Carnes and newcomer Rusty Maulding. Kemp discusses ginkgo trees and evergreen choices. Carnes helps out new gardeners and also talks about organic seeds. Maulding talks about he best ways to prune shrubs and pin oak trees.