Recent CTG Episodes
How can you get those photo op wildflowers and native grasses right at home to bring wildlife right up close? Fall is the time to seed spring wildflowers, while late winter to early spring is best for native bunch grasses. Get tips for the home garden or meadow with Luke Turner from family owned and operated Turner Seed. On tour, a young family turned overgrazed land into majestic waves of wildflowers and grasses that greets the eyes and grateful wildlife. Daphne analyzes problems with a ‘Jane’ magnolia tree. Roll up a family fun dinner with Trisha Shirey and Casie Luong’s yummy spring rolls.
Fall’s a perfect time to add native trees for shade, pollinators, and screening. Tim Kiphart, Consulting Horticulturist with Far South Nursery, selects options for smaller gardens. On tour, discover how the Pease Park Conservancy saved this historic park and celebrated their 10th anniversary with a Stickwork sculpture. Daphne identifies shelf fungus growing on a tree and why to be concerned. Plant of the week is native scarlet pea, a carefree groundcover spotted by a CTG viewer. Fall’s a perfect time to clip garlic chives to make soul-warming garlic chives soup. Trisha Shirey and Casie Luong show you how. Get the recipe.