2017 Show Notes
March 25-26 ( #4339)
- Host Casey Hentges looks at some Redbud trees for the landscape and provides tips on keeping Crape Myrtles healthy and beautiful; Dwayne Elmore, Extension Wildlife Specialist provides tips on keeping furry pests out of our yards, gardens and homes; and Food Specialist Barbara Brown prepares Gnocchi with spinach and beans.
- Wildlife Pests Fact Sheet.
March 18-19: OETA Fundrasing
March 11-12: OETA Fundrasing
March 4-5: OETA Fundrasing
February 25-26 (Show #4335)
- Topics for this weekend include: Host Casey Hentges plants bare root fruit trees in the new orchard; tips for properly watering trees in the landscape; looks at beautiful Hellebores blooming in the shade perennial garden; and growing potatoes in a small space with mesh cages.
February 18-19 (Show #4334)
- Get ready for another weekend of Oklahoma Gardening! Host Casey Hentges plants onion sets in the Keyhole Garden followed by tips for fertilizing small to large trees. Next Casey demonstrates creating a decorative rain chain from spoons and wire, gives the garlic a top dressing of fertilizer, and shares a great family craft of a homemade hanging bird cakes.
February 11-12 (Show #4333)
- In the season premiere of Oklahoma Gardening, Host, Casey Hentges, addresses pre and post emergence weed control, winter watering of evergreens, and five great evergreens surely to make your landscape stand out among the rest! We also check out a new project occurring at the studio gardens and take a peek in the greenhouses to round out the episode!
February 4-5 (Show #4332)
- This week learn how to evaluate and cleanup storm damaged trees; cut back, replant and divide ornamental grasses for a beautiful summer display; and forcing spring flowering shrubs for arrangements with Host Casey Hentges while Barbara Brown cooks up a sweet and spicy pepper salad.
January 28-29 (Show #4331)
- Start your vegetable garden with early season planting tips from Host Casey Hentges. Hentges will cover the basics of seed starting, learn how to "damp-off" your young seedlings for healthier transplants, sow cool-season vegetables, learn tips for early and healthy tomatoes and concluding with an easier way to plant daffodils.
January 21-22 (Show #4330)
- Let Host Casey Hentges help you with your garden plans for the up and coming season with a pair of hearty natives to add color to the landscape, exciting perennials, adding beautiful amsonia, and identifying plants for soggy or wet locations.