The Best Plants for Ohio Gardens
When the weather isn’t cooperating as much as we’d like, what can we do to still maintain a beautiful garden?
We’ll talk about combating this unusually gloomy spring weather with a cheery spring garden. How you can maintain a “nonstop” garden to enjoy all-year-round, with guest Debra Knapke.
Debra is on the faculty at Columbus State Community College where she teaches about Herbaceous Plants, Specialty Gardens and Sustainable Landscape Practices and Design.
She is the co-author of 5 books on gardening and she’s penned articles for local and state-wide newsletters, and for Garden Gate and Fine Gardening magazines.
She recommends the book below as a wonderful guide to maintaining your own garden. Support WOSU now, and receive it as a gift for your donation!
Thank you gifts for your donations:
- Book: The Nonstop Garden: A Step-by-Step Guide to Smart Plant Choices and Four-Season Designs = PLEDGE LEVEL $120
Authors: Stephanie Cohen and Jennifer Benner
- Debra Knapke (Ohio’s “Garden Sage”)
This Saturday is the last Saturday to pick up Com-Til Compost from from the City of Columbus Compost Facility on Jackson Pike in Lockbourne! After that it’s back to just regular weekday hours. Bring your own containers and follow the link at: www.Com-Til.org<http://www.Com-Til.org