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Shows from our 2019 season:

Show #1/5501. Springtime - Daffodil Time

Daffodils Can Last Weeks, If Not Months
Planting Tips
Companion Plants
Flowering Trees

Show #2/5502. Early Season Color Is A Welcome Change

History Of The Garden
Tulips, Daffodils
Dogwood, Native Azaleas, Wisteria

Show #3/5503. A Town That Loves Its' Tulips

Different, Beautiful Gardens
Bulb Care
Care After Blooming

Show #4/5504. 1 Million Plants In The Middle Of New York City

Shade Gardening

Show #5/5505. Historic Lodge And Gardens In Lake Tahoe

Use Color To Unify Your Garden
Addressing Sandy, Rocky Soil
New Plants
Planting Techniques

Show #6/5506. A Small But Productive Garden

18th Century Tools And Cultivation
Cold Frames
Plants Of The Time
Start Small

Show #7/5507. Two Very Different Gardens - One Small, One Large

Design Philosophy
Address Space And Scale
Restoring A Garden Space
Create A Focal Point

Show #8/5508. Two Gardens - One Free Spirited, One Formal - Both Beautiful

1st Home
English Garden Influence
2nd Home
More Formal Garden

Show #9/5509. Plants Are Forgiving, Push The Envelope

23 Home Demonstration Gardens
Attracting Birds
Fragrance Garden
Woodlands Garden

Show #10/5510. Roses - A Cutting Edge Industry

Propagating Roses
Rose Classes
Roses For The Garden
What Happened To Fragrance?

Show #11/5511. A Memorable Garden In Key West

A Tropical Garden
Plant Collections
Attracting Wildlife
Hardwoods And Palms

Show #12/5512. Create A Sense Of Mystery At The Entrance To Your Home

1st Home
The Garden/Landscape Reveal
2nd Home
More Formal, Yet Understated

Show #13/5513. A Garden With A Rich Horticultural Tradition

Formal Setting
Informal Setting
Succulents And Mass Annual Plantings
Winner's Circle

Show #14/5601. A Garden Created Under Napoleon's Reign

Video Tour - Bruge and Ghent
Unusual Plants
Shade Gardening

GardenSMART Featured Article

By Joan Casanova, Bonnie Plants, Photographs courtesy of Bonnie Plants

Temperatures are rising and high heat can wreak havoc in the vegetable garden. When temps climb to the upper 80's and sometimes soar into the 90's and 100's, plants need some assistance in fending off the Fahrenheit. Read more....

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