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Full Show (#4604) 7/27/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges is in the herb garden with cilantro that will soon produce coriander. We visit the home prairie garden of former horticulture professor, Doug Needham, to find out tips for finding your own native plant oasis. In downtown Chicago, we visit the Lurie Garden, where prairie plants are showcased in an urban environment. And we stroll through the OSU Stillwater campus to see some of this years favorite plants and plant combinations.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2019
Full Show (#4541) 4/13/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges plants tomatoes in our conditioned straw bale bed we worked on in a previous episode. We take a break to enjoy the beautiful spring blooms of the deciduous Magnolia trees in our Botanical Garden. And we explore the extended orchid collection of former OSU Horticulturist, Doug Needham, who first shows us his warm zone collection. Then Doug Needham continues with the tour by taking us to the cool zone of the greenhouse.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2019
Full Show (4437) 3/10/18
In this Best of Oklahoma Gardening Episode visit with producers, employees, volunteers, and customers of the Oklahoma Food Cooperative; to see how they make it possible for Oklahomans to buy food locally throughout the state.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2018
Full Show (4210) 9/5/15
Segments in this show feature: 2015 Viewer's Garden Contest Winner in Colony, Oklahoma, Underground Turfgrass Irrigation Systems, The Passion Vine, Barbara Brown prepares a vegetable quinoa salad and September Horticulture Tips.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2015
Full Show (4443) 4/21/18
On today's program host, Casey Hentges makes a DIY planter our of cinderblocks, we travel to Prairie Wind Nursery to take a look at a few tough plants. Casey demonstrates how to pinch, dead-head, and disbud your bedding plants. Barbara Brown whips up a homemade Buttermilk Ranch in the Extension Kitchen.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2018
Full Show (#4530) 1/26/19
Today on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges, has some great techniques to assist you with your next garden project. Segment 1 1:30 We join up with Tyler Troppman from the Applied Landscape Planning Class to help us use trilateration in the garden. Segment 2 4:16 Host Casey Hentges shows us how to use trilateration in the home garden. Segment 3 8:17 Host Casey Hentges shows us how to make a proper right angle in our garden bed using the 3-4-5 Method. Segment 4 11:22 Host Casey Hentges meets up with special guest, Dr. Fontanier, to talk to us about an Internship Program for Undergraduates.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2019
Full Show (4310) 9/10/16
Casey identifying plants using plant family characteristics and building a vertical garden from a re-purposed shipping pallet; Dustin Harris provides tips for combating army worms; and Extension Food Specialist Barbara Brown cooks Nicaraguan beans and rice.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2016
Full Show (4313) 9/24/16
Casey travels to the Mingo Valley Research Station in Bixby, OK for a tour of the fruit variety trials with Kenda Woodburn, checks into the research of drought tolerance in turfgrass varieties with Turfgrass Specialists Justin Moss and from Jim Shrefler, Southeast District Area horticulture Specialist, the update on a study using row covers to protect squash plants from squash bugs. Extension Food Specialist Barbara Brown prepares tasty chicken salad with peaches and pecans.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2016
Full Show 4314) 10/1/16
OKG explores the wellness benefits of labyrinth gardens and using a Jujube Tree as a beautiful alternative tree for landscape with eatable fruit. Kristen Baum joins OKG to cover Monarch butterflies food in the roadside mowing study while Barbara Brown, bakes a mouthwatering blueberry cobbler.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2016
Full Show (#4533) 2/16/19
Welcome to another growing season on Oklahoma Gardening! Host Casey Hentges showcases the All-America Selections (AAS) plant trialing program and our new AAS demonstration garden at The Botanical Garden at Oklahoma State University. We identify winter weeds with the help of OSU Extension Turfgrass Specialist, Justin Moss, and go over possible control methods. Casey has tips for choosing when to plant which seeds for the best cool and warm season vegetables. Special Guest, Doug Needham, a former professor in the OSU Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, joins Casey to help us get the most out of our orchids.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2019