This week, Carol and Dee discuss two gardening trends, monochromatic gardens, and growing food, plus they discuss hydrangeas, blue spruces, and what they plan to do in and out of their gardens this week.
Dee and Carol discuss Christmas tree options, why they don't grow celery, plus a hint of garden trends.
Dee and Carol discuss the earliest blooming shrubs, how learning how to garden is not a one season event, choosing good trees and more.
Dee and Carol talk about the ice storm that left Dee's garden a mess, plus scent in the garden, agrihoods, and the courage it takes to garden sometimes.
Carol and Dee discuss scary stuff about gardening and calm all your fears, whether it is a fear of deadheading or of spiders or of killing your plants.
Carol and Dee talk about cosmos flowers, ornamental peppers, books, calendars, and accept new garden commissions.
Dee and Carol talk about yellow mums, fall-blooming crocuses, leftover peppers and more on this week's episode.
Carol and Dee talk about big, woody vines, both native and introduced and why you should be careful planting them. They also discuss overwintering vegetable plants, landscape fabric and more.
Today, Dee and Carol discuss money spent on gardens and how even if you don't have a lot of money, you can still learn from those who do.
Dee and Carol celebrate their 100th podcast episode by talking about some lessons they've learned from the garden.