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Full Show (#4619) 11/9/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges visits a new shade and water conservation display at the Myriad Botanical Gardens in Oklahoma City. We stop in at the Epperly Heights Elementary School garden in Del City, OK to check out their fabulous school garden. There's a sneak peak at a new Girl Scouts camp in Oklahoma City. And Extension Food Specialist, Barbara Brown, shows us how to cook Pasta e Fagioli inspired by Oklahoma Gardening's trip to Italy.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2019
Full Show (4121) 11/22/14
Segments in this show feature: Poinsettia Care, Growing Microgreens, Using Microgreens in Recipes, Poinsettia Combinations and Sprout Growing Systems
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2014
Constructing a Water Garden and the History of Koi Fish (4123) 12/6/14
A water garden is constructed in the studio garden thanks to Pond Pro Shop in Shawnee and host Kim Toscano visits Kleinholtz Koi Farm outside of Stillwater.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2014
Creative Garden Solutions (4127) 1/3/15
In this show, host Kim Toscano travels around Oklahoma to show viewers creative garden solutions including: Managing rainwater in a dry creek bed, Integrated Pest Management at a cut flower operation, Garden Irrigation Kit Unboxing, The benefits and importance of prescribed fire, Innovative methods and crops used by a CSA, Smart Pot Irrigation Containers
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2015
Gardens in Oklahoma City (4128) 1/10/15
This show features home gardens from the Oklahoma Horticultural Society's Annual Garden Tour for Connoisseurs. Host Kim Toscano also visits Commonwealth Urban Farms and Central Park Community Gardens.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2015
Full Show (#4641) 4/11/20
Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges is out in the garden scratching trunks and stems to see what has overwintered. We plant a spicy salsa garden in a container. We manage to get a tomato plant, a pepper plant, some cilantro, and onion chives all in one container! OSU Turfgrass Specialist, Dennis Martin, looks at two different shade grasses in the NTEP 2017 - 2021 Trail. Kentucky Bluegrass vs Tall Fescue. We see how summer patch disease and crabgrass affect these shade grasses and when we should overseed to help combat these effects. Casey has a fun plant for everyone to enjoy out in the water garden. It's a bog plant called Neptunia aquatica, Sensitive Plant and it closes its leaves when touched! And Payne County Extension Horticulturist, Keith Reed, has tips on protecting against late frosts by using materials you might have on hand to fit your gardening needs. Here Keith shows us how he uses old pane glass windows as a greenhouse.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2020
Full Show (4413) 9/23/17
Thressa Guidice takes Tracey Miller on a tour of the Native American Medicinal Garden and Susan G. Komen Garden at the Cleveland County Master Gardener Demonstration and Teaching Garden in Norman, Oklahoma. Tracey finds out the basics of vermicomposting from Pat Welty, including what worms work the best, what materials are needed to house the worms, what they eat, and how to care for the worms and harvest the compost. Tracey explains the process of using banker plants and talks about research that she has done into the effectiveness of the method. Make a quick and delicious pepper salad with a sweet and spicy dressing. Barbara Brown has a step-by-step recipe to quickly create this tasty side dish.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2017
Full Show (4340) 4/1/17
On this week's episode host, Casey Hentges, shows an elegant and simple way to make a beautiful succulent dish garden centerpiece, visits with Dr. Dwayne Elmore over Sapsucker damage in the landscape, Barbara Brown whips up a delicious asparagus and hard cooked egg salad, and organic/inorganic pesticides to be used in the garden are discussed with Charles Luper.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2017
Full Show (4341) 4/8/17
This week we'll take a look at the bloming Bleeding Heart plants at The Botanic Garden, travel to the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma in Tulsa and learn how gardeners can help alleviate food insecurity, gain tips for selecting tomato plants for this year's garden, and meet with Extension Food Specialist Barbara Brown to learn about proper storage for different foods to retain the best flavors.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2017
Best of Oklahoma Gardening (4226) 12/26/15
Former host Steve Dobbs shows off historical gardens on the OSU Stillwater Campus. We take another look at two of the homes from the Oklahoma Horticultural Society’s 2015 Garden Tour for Connoisseurs. Barbara Brown prepares a spinach, mushroom, and apple salad.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2016