Summer is here and by now your Victory garden is planted. Dreams of fresh red tomatoes and lush green cucumbers are dancing in your head. But wait, what are those green caterpillars? What are those brown spots? Answers to these gardening questions and more are available from your local Master Gardeners and county extension agents. Even during this pandemic, they are standing by to help you with your gardening issues. Best of all, this is a free service for the public. Continue reading
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- Visiting Willow Oak and Riversdale; Asking Master Gardeners and Extension Agents Gardening Questions; and Celebrating National Pollinator Week June 22, 2020Join Peggy and Teri as they discuss what is happening in their gardens and their visits to Willow Oak Flower and Herb Farm, Riversdale, and Homestead Gardens. For those who have gardening questions, Peggy and Teri give advice on who to contact in Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC. Together they discuss upcoming events, places […]Peggy
- Picking Snap Peas, Deadheading Flowers, and Making a Summer Bucket List of Gardens to Visit June 9, 2020Join Peggy and Teri as they discuss flowers, herbs, and vegetables in their gardens, explain the term deadheading, and develop a summer bucket list of local gardens to visit. Listeners can send their gardening questions to email@example.com. This episode is sponsored by John Magee, owner of Magee Design, a landscape design firm specializing in the […]Peggy
- Visiting Willow Oak and Riversdale; Asking Master Gardeners and Extension Agents Gardening Questions; and Celebrating National Pollinator Week June 22, 2020