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Episode 1013: Winter Landscapes

Episode 1013: Winter Landscapes
4 years, 7 months ago Winter is a great time to tidy up the landscape and prep it for spring. And with proper planning and planting you can actually enjoy the beauty of the winter landscape while attracting a variety of birds.Winter is a great time to tidy up the landscape and prep it for s

Episode 1013: Plant of the Week: Sago Palm - Cycas revoluta

Episode 1013: Plant of the Week: Sago Palm \u002D Cycas revoluta
4 years, 7 months ago Sago Palm has palm-like leaves but is not a true palm. The leaves or fronds are dark green, shiny and a bit sharp to the touch. This plant is hardy in zone 8 and can be grown in central and eastern North Carolina. It requires full sun and well-drained ... Sago Palm h

Episode 1012: Holiday Gardening

Episode 1012: Holiday Gardening
4 years, 7 months ago Christmas trees, wreaths and poinsettias are all staple plants for the holidays and major industries in North Carolina. Bryce visits a wreath-making class, the poinsettia trials at North Carolina State University and the Ashe county Christmas tree farm ... Christmas t

Episode 1012: Plant of the Week: Florist Cyclamen - ...

Episode 1012: Plant of the Week: Florist Cyclamen \u002D Cyclamen persicum
4 years, 7 months ago Florist Cyclamen is a great plant for the holidays as it typically flowers in winter. Small flowers grow on long stems above the foliage. Flower colors are available in various shades of red, pink and white. The dark green foliage is heart-shaped with a ... Florist Cy

Episode 1011: Plant of the Week: Purple Loosestrife Lythrum ...

Episode 1011: Plant of the Week: Purple Loosestrife Lythrum salicaria
4 years, 7 months ago Exotic, non-indigenous weeds whether purposefully or inadvertently introduced are capable of reducing crop and livestock production, increasing production costs and postharvest crop losses through direct competition with agricultural crops. Nationwide, ... Exotic, non-

Episode 1011: Award-winning Landscape and More

Episode 1011: Award\u002Dwinning Landscape and More
4 years, 7 months ago ward-winning Landscape and moreThere is lots of gardening work to be done in late fall and even more plants that thrive during this time. This week Bryce divides some plants and stores others for spring. Then he visits an award-winning landscape in the ... ward-winning

Episode 1010: Plant of the Week: Leopard Plant Farfugium ...

Episode 1010: Plant of the Week: Leopard Plant Farfugium japonicum ‘Aureomaculatum’
4 years, 7 months ago In late fall flower stalks appear with bright yellow flowers. The leopard plant grows best in part sun to light shade and in well-drained soil.In late fall flower stalks appear with bright yellow flowers. The leopard plant grows best in part sun to light shade and in we

Episode 1010: Growing Native and Exotic Plants

Episode 1010: Growing Native and Exotic Plants
4 years, 7 months ago North Carolina gardeners have a host of plants to choose from when creating the perfect home garden. Bryce explains the difference between native and exotic plants and which ones grow best in North Carolina.North Carolina gardeners have a host of plants to choose from

Episode 1009: Plant of the Week: Walker’s Low Catmint ...

Episode 1009: Plant of the Week: Walker’s Low Catmint Nepeta x faassenii ‘Walker’s Low’
4 years, 8 months ago It grows about 24-30 inches tall and spreads to about 36 inches. With small purple flower and green foliage with a hint of gray, this plant works well in a mixed border or in a container. It requires partial to full sun.It grows about 24-30 inches tall and spreads to ab

Episode 1009: The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

Episode 1009: The State Botanical Garden of Georgia
4 years, 8 months ago Bryce visits the State Botanical Garden of Georgia located just a few miles from the University of Georgia in Athens. The State Botanical garden is a 313-acre preserve that is dedicated to the conservation of plants and the cultivation of a love for ... Bryce visits t