Archives: Gardening

Frozen Peas: Preparing the Winter Garden

These days a lot of folks are tucking their gardens in for the winter. After all, the flowers are already in beds. But late fall doesn’t have to mean lights out for all plants. Some vegetables even thrive in frosty temperatures. This hour we’ll talk about how to keep greenery in your life year round, and why now is the time to plan for spring.

Roses are Red: English Gardens in America

This hour we’ll learn how a 19th century advertising effort first sparked a romance with English gardens, and how seed companies sold us a way of life.

The Late Summer Harvest

Late summer is an especially delicious time of year when all our hard work in the garden pays off and we can gorge ourselves on tomatoes and peaches. But don’t despair if you dawdled– there’s still time to sow some crops for Fall. This hour we’ll talk about what to eat these days, if anyone is sick of corn, and how to spice up your garden.

Roses are Red: English Gardens in America

Despite the Revolution, the US suffers from serious Anglophilia. And just as America adopted the Beatles and Thanksgiving, the American landscape owes a lot to its British progenitors. This hour we’ll learn how a 19th century advertising effort first sparked a romance with English gardens, and how seed companies sold us a way of life.

Gardening with Debra Knapke

In the second hour of our live remote broadcast, we’ll discuss all things gardening with Ohio’s Garden Sage, Debra Knapke. We’ll tackle the tough questions about edible landscaping, perennial favorites and get some clarifications on the impatiens disaster of 2013.

Planning the Spring Garden

Believe it or not, spring is almost upon us; so scrape the ice off your trowel and get planting! On this hour, we’ll learn how to plan our spring gardens, and more importantly, which seedlings now will make delicious meals later.

Edible Gardening and Cooking

Temperatures across the nation are around 20-40 degrees above normal for this time of year, how is that affecting your gardening? Join us on this hour of “All Sides” as we talk about edible gardening and cooking.

Fall Gardening with Debra Knapke

From the pumpkins to the apples, fall harvests are delightful for many reasons. Join us on this hour of All Sides to discuss gardening with Debra Knapke, author and “Ohio’s Garden Sage.”

Fall Gardening with Debra Knapke

From the pumpkins to the apples, fall harvests are delightful for many reasons. Join us on this hour of All Sides to discuss gardening with Debra Knapke, author and “Ohio’s Garden Sage.”

TOMATOES; Celebrated, Home-Grown, and on the Market

Whether you say it ‘toma-toe’ or ‘tomah-toe,’ you know what it is, especially this month during the height of tomato season. Today, we’ll explore various aspects of this fruit throughout the hour.