×

Chronological List

Friday, January 19, 2024 301 2024 Garden Trends

What are you planning on doing in the garden in 2024? The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has spoken to gardeners, growers and professional nurseri...

Friday, January 12, 2024 300 Choosing, Planting Bareroot Roses

Today, we present a double dose of the Debbies on the Garden Basics podcast. First, Master Rosarian Debbie Arrington has tips on what to look for when...

Friday, January 5, 2024 299 Pt.2 2023's Greatest Garden Hits: The Top 5

What were the most downloaded Garden Basics with Farmer Fred  podcast episodes of 2023? What were the most listened-to segments? Here are the Top 5 wi...

Friday, December 29, 2023 298 The Greatest Garden Basics Hits of 2023, Pt. 1

1. The Top Homegrown Vegetables, pt. 2 (Begins at 1:49)2. The 2023 Tomato Preview Show (14:02)3. Soil Irrigation Basics (33:52)4. Fall Garden Basics (...

Friday, December 22, 2023 297 Christmas Tree Care. Citrus Problems

Christmas Tree Care Tips, for both cut and living trees: at 1:36 of the podcast.Why are the Leaves on My Citrus Tree Turning Yellow?: 9:37Why are My C...

Friday, December 15, 2023 New Plants for 2024

Today, we are talking about New Plants for the 2024 garden year. How about a houseplant that you can eat? And better yet, it’s actually a small cucumb...

Friday, December 8, 2023 295 Growing Pawpaws and Native Persimmons

The tasty fruits that we delve into today may not be familiar to you, especially if you live west of the Rocky Mountains. However, elsewhere in the co...

Friday, December 1, 2023 294 Apple Tree Rehab. Gravel Gardens.

Today we answer a listener’s question: can we reduce the height of an old, beloved backyard apple tree to a height where we can reach the fruit while ...

Friday, November 24, 2023 293 Codling Moth Controls for Apples. Succulents vs. Winter

 One listener writes in and asks, "What is boring the holes into my Fuji Apples?" More than likely, it is the larvae of the codling moth, a ...

Friday, November 17, 2023 292 Controlling Nematodes - and Deer - In the Garden

Today we take a look at two extremes of vexing garden problems around the world: the tiny, tiny nematodes that attach to plant roots, sucking the life...

...

End of content

No more pages to load

More

Contact Us

×

Got a question, press inquiry or idea you'd like to share? Contact us through the form below and let us know how we can help.

Subscribe, don't miss the next episode!

×