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Repotting Orchids and their Preferred Potting Medium

Doug Needham, a former Professor in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture at OSU, shares with us his wisdom of repotting different kinds of orchids and which potting material will…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

Looking at Different Clematis

Host Casey Hentges shows us a couple different kinds of Clematis that we have growing in The Botanic Garden at OSU. The first one is a variety known as 'Mrs. Robert Brydon' that has an…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

Oklahoma Proven 2021 Annual, Cuphea

David Hillock, Consumer Horticulture Specialist from OSU, tells us a little about Oklahoma Proven, OKP ( http://www.oklahomaproven.org/ ), and demonstrates how they have chosen Cuphea as this years…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Bellflowers in the Shade Garden

Host Casey Hentges introduces us to a flower that does well in the shade garden, the Campanula punctata, Bellflower and comes in a few colors to choose from. Airdate (06/26/21) #4752 Questions? …

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Adding Orange with the Orange Reed Stemmed Orchid

Host Casey Hentges shows us how to add more orange in your garden with the Epidendrum sp. Orange Reed Stemmed Orchid. Airdate (06/19/21) #4751 Questions? To find out more information about show…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Native North American Heucheras or Coral Bells

Host Casey Hentges checks off a few boxes with just one plant, the Heuchera or commonly known as Coral Bells. They are native to North America, hardy from zones 4 - 9, an early bloomer, great foliage…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Creeping Ajugas in the Garden

Host Casey Hentges looks at a few different varieties of Bugleweed or also called Ajuga which are a part of the mint family, Lamiaceae. Ajuga's are low maintenance, are easy spreaders and great…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Garden Tips to Look for in February

Laura Payne, Extension Associate and Oklahoma Gardening Field Producer, gives us some winter gardening advice for the months of February and March. Check out these fact sheets for more detailed…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 30th, 2021 0  

The True Indigo Plant for Natural Dyes

Host Casey Hentges shows off a true indigo plant, Indigofera tinctoria, that's growing in The Botanic Garden at OSU. The natural indigo dye that we collect actually comes from the leaves! …

From  Elizabeth Brock on November 20th, 2020 0  

"Popped" Senna Blooms

Host Casey Hentges looks at some showy Sennas that have popped up after a long warm growing season. Senna alata, Candelabra Plant or the Senna didymobotrya, Popcorn Plant? Why not both! Airdate…

From  Elizabeth Brock on October 22nd, 2020 0  

Bundles of Begonias

Host Casey Hentges has some begonias that are as beautiful as they are tough in the sun. Airdate (10/24/20) #4717 Questions? To find out more information about show topics as well as recipes,…

From  Elizabeth Brock on October 22nd, 2020 0