Mastering Your Garden As Summer Slips By
It's hot, it's dry, and the blazing sun beats down on the Earth for nearly 15 hours a day. Only a plant could love it.
And some truly do, but it helps to know the best conditions for each of the plants if you're tending a garden. And more people seem to be doing that this year, spurred into action by extra time at home.
Lynn Kunstman of the Jackson County Master Gardeners Association drops by once a week to take questions and stories from gardeners both experienced and novice. Call live during the segment, 800-838-3760, or email in advance: JX@jeffnet.org.
Lynn's links for this week:
And some links to planting with native plants
- Wildlife Habitat: Nurturing a Diverse Mix of Flora and Fauna
- A Guide to Hedgerows: Plantings That Enhance Biodiversity, Sustainability and Functionality
One more, an oldie but a goodie: