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Shows from our 2021 season:

Show #1/6301. An Estate And Gardens That Have Endured, Even Flourished, For Over 100 years

White Garden
Victorian Border Garden
Allium Care
Transitioning From Season To Season

Show #2/6302. Springtime - Time To Have Fun In Your Garden

Garden Art Enhances A Garden
Minor Bulbs
Combining Annuals And Bulbs
Summer Flowering Bulbs

Show #3/6303. Daffodils And Companion Plants

Different Blooming Times
Daffodil Planting Tips
Companion Plants For Daffodils
Spring Flowering Trees

Show #4/6304. Historic Sites And Beautiful Gardens

Different Blooming Times
Daffodil Planting Tips
Companion Plants For Daffodils
Spring Flowering Trees

Show #5/6305. Limitless Opportunities For Container Gardening

Colorful Containers
Container Plants
Textures, Color & Height
Globes On Top Of Pedestals

Show #6/6306. Water Is Precious, We Must Protect It

Cleaning/Storing Water
Cuts In Curbing
Utilizing Plants To Help Manage Water
Address Water Issues Early, Before They Gain Momentum

Show #7/6307. Six Unique Gardens Provide Insight Into Atlanta's History

Vegetable Garden
Interesting Method Of Planting Tomatoes
Shade Plants
Pruning azaleas

Show #8/6308. Bringing A New Plant To Market

Tissue Culture
New Plants

Show #9/6309. An Historic Golf Course-A Great Place For Turf Tips

Sprigged, Plugged Or Sodded
Diagnose Insect Damage
Soil Testing

Show #10/6310. Azaleas-From Propagation To The Landscape

New Cultivars
Where Will Azaleas Grow
Ideal Soil Conditions
Azalea Care And Maintenance

Show #11/6311. Every Garden Has Its’ Challenges

Fragrant Garden
Fruit Garden
Butterfly Garden
Different Planting Techniques

Show #12/6212. Bellingrath Gardens

East Terrace

Show #13/6313. Cornerstone Gardens

Cornerstone Gardens - A Hidden Gem
British Garden

Show #14/6401. The Gardens At Mt. Vernon

Eric Meets General Washington
The Paths
High Impact Plants In The Flower Garden
The Vegetable Garden

GardenSMART Featured Article

By Pamela Crawford, author, Easy Container Combos: Vegetables & Flowers
Photographs courtesy of Pamela Crawford

Most tomatoes stop setting fruit at high temperatures. Pamela planted “Heatwave” in July with temperatures above 90 degrees most days, yet it looks great and will continue to bear fruit until temperatures hit the 100 degree mark. Plus she used an inexpensive trellis for support. To learn more, click here .

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