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Full Show (#4611) 9/14/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges, has a frilly flowered, Oklahoma Proven plant. David Hillock has some peppers picked to be All-American selections. We follow the process of making honey with Candice Vinduska, starting from the hives in Cimarron Valley Research Station in Perkins. Then we head off to putting our collected honey in a bear shaped bottle. And Barbara Brown takes our honey and makes it even better by infusing it with herbs.
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Full Show (#4610) 9/7/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges has us looking up at a Giant Coneflower. OSU Consumer Horticulture Specialist, David Hillock, strikes gold with a new watermelon. Barbara Brown creates a sweet and savory side dish with the golden watermelon grown in the garden. In Coal County Oklahoma, we visit the Choctaw Nation Demonstration Garden, which is located 113 W. 10th St, Lehigh, OK 74556. Then we uncover an heirloom squash. Next we stop by the Clarita Nursery to take a look at some mums. And finally back in Stillwater, OSU Turfgrass Specialist, Dennis Martin, shows us a trial that tests the drought tolerance of Bermuda grass variety.
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Full Show (#4609) 8/31/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges is in the Oklahoma Proven Garden with a flower that will make you a fan. Extension Horticulturist, David Hillock, sows seeds for fall vegetables. Casey visits with local food expert, Kamala Gamble, for tips on having a garden dinner party. We have a preview of an exciting event by the Oklahoma Horticultural Society. And Barbara Brown helps us keep the food at our Alfresco Soiree safe and tasty.
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Full Show (#4606) 8/10/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges is in the Oklahoma Proven Garden to look at the beautiful pentas. OSU Campus Horticulturist, John Stephens, joins Casey to show how to create a barn quilt. We create a quilt planting in our concepts garden. We find out what is troubling our pear trees. And Barbara Brown has a great new kitchen gadget for making juices and jellies.
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Full Show (#4605) 8/3/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges looks at some fun mint varieties and has tips for keeping them welcome in your garden. At Pond Pro Shop in Shawnee, OK, we find out how to create a Pondless waterfall. We visit a research project looking at tomato diseases. And Barbara Brown adds some pizzazz to a dull pizza.
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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.
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Full Show (#4603) 7/20/19
Host Casey Hentges takes time to look at varieties of thyme in the herb garden. OSU Plant Pathologist John Damicone explains the difference between biotic and abiotic disease. OSU Extension Consumer Horticulture Specialist David Hillock has great shade plants to consider adding to the landscape. We learn about the three factors of the “disease triangle” that are necessary for a plant to fall victim to a disease. We visit the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois and talk with the head of horticulture, Todd Jacobson, about all the cool features the Morton Arboretum has to offer.
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Full Show (#4602) 7/13/19
Host Casey Hentges is in the herb garden to highlight rosemary varieties for function and hardiness. OSU Plant Pathologist John Damicone joins us to discuss the potential disease problems that might be appearing after our wet spring. We visit the Chicago Botanic Garden’s and look at some of the plants that they are trialing at the Lavin Plant Evaluation Garden. You can find more information about the Chicago Botanic Garden on their website: chicagobotanic.org. At the Chicago Botanic Garden’s Dixon National Tallgrass Prairie Seed Bank we get to see how they are working to collect and preserve germplasm from native species throughout the various Tallgrass Prairie ecoregions. Barbara Brown cooks carrots with rosemary.
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Full Show (#4601) 7/6/19
This week on Oklahoma Gardening we take a closer look at the #1 herb of choice out of the Top 5 Herbs chosen.....Basil! We do some staking and weaving in our raised tomato hay bales. OSU Extension Horticulture Educator, Keith Reed, shows us how we can recover our garden after the harsh rains here this season in Oklahoma with a good ol’ cover crop. We hang out with kids from Camp Turf who show us a thing or two about safety in the garden. Extension Food Specialist, Barbara Brown, prepares us a tasty celery salad for the summer heat.
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Full Show (#4552) 6/29/19
Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges reveals the results of what our viewers top 5 favorite herbs to grow are! We use our senses for a scavenger hunt with Extension Specialist, Shelley Mitchell, at the OSU Botanic Garden. OSU Turf grass Specialist, Justin Moss, has tips for deciding when to turn on the sprinklers. And we dig into some research on invasive worms in Oklahoma. First we learn some interesting facts with Scott Loss with the OSU Natural Resource Ecology and Management Department. Then we head out to the fields with graduate student, Yeugeniya Malyutina, who shows us some worms here in Oklahoma.
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