Good morning everyone,
Fortunately no snow here yet...
Here is what I found on the web today.
The Mid American Gardener has the following...
On this week’s episode of Mid-American Gardener host David Robson and panelists Bill Erickson, Theresa Meers and Jim Schuster answer your phone calls and emails. They cover topics ranging from pergola wisteria to fescue problems to a cattail invasion.
Oklahoma Gardening has this...
Former Host Steve Owens visits the Linnnaeus Teaching Garden and The Tulsa Botanic Garden. Barbara Brown also prepares a winter vegetable soup.
Grünzeug visited the botanic garden in Ulm, a herbaceous nursery in Empel, and looks at making an easy to maintain garden with grasses.
German broadcaster ZDF has a clip about how to look after citrus plants.
I also found a clip from German broadcaster SWR about potatoes.
And Kaffee oder Tee had yet another clip about snowdrops.
Have a lovely day !
Hi Ginger 2,
Lovely to hear from you again!
Wow, so many begonias!
That must be a really spectacular sight! And it looks as if you have a lovely garden too!
I'm sure everyone on the forum would love to see some pictures, if possible!
And it would be lovely if you could open a special thread about your begonias.
That way the people who don't usually look in on this thread about TV programmes will probably see it as well, and I'm sure some of them would find it really interesting!
It looks like winter is finally starting here, brrr.
Temperatures are just below zero at the moment, and it's raining.
That means freezing rain, and very slippery pavements... Fortunately it's Saturday, and I'ver got all my shopping done.
If only you could send some of your lovely warm weather to us at the moment...
Have a lovely evening!
Here is today's harvest.
The Central Texas Gardener has the following...
Marjory Wildcraft from The Grow Network explains how to grow half your food in less than an hour a day! On tour, toast Nerinda and Joel Pennington’s backyard vineyard that launched their family-produced signature wine, Slow Turtle. Daphne explains why some cold-hardy plants freeze in containers. John grafts leggy houseplants to make new ones to pass along.
Silence, ça pousse visited the Le jardin de la Mansonnière, looks at towns and villages in bloom, visits a sculptor, and helps with a garden problem.
And Kaffee oder Tee has a clip about hyacinths for indoors.
Have a lovely Saturday!
We had snow during the night!!
And very lttle gardening programmes on the web today.
All I could find is an American programme called Virginia Farming.
Not really a gardening programme, but it does have a bit about gardening in containers.
Here is what else is in the programme...
This week we’re talking about sour grapes—but a good kind! We visit Virginia Vinegar Works and learn how they make vinegar. Then, Chris Mullins shows us ways to garden in containers, From the Ground Up. We’ll also have the Ag Calendar, a Minute in the field video, and of course, the ag news of the week—all on this edition of Virginia Farming.
Several garden programmes on various TV stations today, so I'm sure I'll have more tomorrow.
Keep warm, and have a good Sunday!
The thermomether outside tells me it's minus 6 at the moment.
Some nice garden programmes on the web to watch today though.
RBB Gartenzeit has a new presenter.
They are at the "Grüne Woche" garden show, where they look at international trends, They also have items about mint, snowdrops, pruning fruit trees and shrubs and they look at parks and gardens in Brandenburg.
MDR Garten has been to Italy to look at gardens near the Lago Maggiore.
And Jardins et Loisirs was at the Observatoire du Monde des Plantes. Featured plant is Abies pinsapo "Glauca". They also had a look at a patio area. And they make a flower arrangement.
Have a great day!