Southern Gardening for April 14, 2014 – Zinnias are easy to grow, bring blooms to summer

I’m ready for warm weather. I’ve had it with the cold winter that seemed much longer than it actually was. Bring on the summer garden. In my opinion, there are a couple of plants that seem to just scream “SUMMER.” Zinnia is one of them.

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Zinnia Benary's Giant Mix stands out in the landscape

Zinnia Benary’s Giant Mix stands out in the landscape

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Southern Gardening TV for April 13, 2014 – Landscape Color

If you’re like me I’m ready for warm days of summer and the color we have in our gardens and landscapes.

Nemesia Blue Eye

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Southern Gardening for April 7, 2014 – Cold winter may provide surprises mixed with losses

This winter we have seen some mighty cold weather in our gardens and landscapes. As a result, we’ll see damage to some landscape plants and we’ll lose others. And with some plants, there will be surprises.

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Southern Gardening TV for April 6, 2014 – Garden Herbs

With the increased interest in gardening, more home owners than ever have home gardens. Herbs are a popular group of these garden plants and probably are the most misunderstood.

JDS herb house (2)

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Southern Gardening for March 31, 2014 – Spring-flowering daffodils are a garden staple in state

Spring is one of my favorite times in the garden because it is the transition from what seemed like a long, cold winter to colorful landscapes and gardens full of flowers in the summer.

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Southern Gardening TV for March 30, 2014 – Zonal Geraniums

One of the showiest groups of plants we can grow in our gardens are zonal geraniums.

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Southern Gardening for March 24, 2014 – Nasturtium is beautiful, tasty addition to gardens

I want you to consider an old-time garden staple that many gardeners forget about — the nasturtium. I’ve been growing nasturtiums in my garden and landscape for the past couple of years and couldn’t be happier with the results.

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Nasturtium flowers

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