All New Mondays at 9|8c
By: Emily Fazio
All New Mondays at 10|9c
By: Sidney Lee
All New Tuesdays at 9|8c
By: Caroline Alkire
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All New Wednesdays at 9|8c
By: Caroline Alkire
Season 2 Premieres Saturday at 9|8c
By: Caroline Alkire
All New Saturdays at 10|9c
By: Chelsey Bowen
By: Amanda Lecky
By: Gabrielle O'Neal
By: Maria Conti
by H. Camille Smith
So, you left your pot filled with tender perennials or annuals outside all winter? Whoops! Don't worry, it happens. We'll show you how to determine which plants are ready for another growing season and how to replace the dearly departed with new plants.
Tiny, dated, barely any counter space: enough! A homeowner finally gets reno relief.
by Hannah Ross
Add vibrant color indoors or to your containers with these tips for caring for polka dot plant.
by Katie Friedman
Keep your little ones cool and busy for hours on end with these outdoor water tables, sand tables and mud kitchens.
Kelly gets to the root of protecting vegetable plants from pets and pests.
Kelly reveals the tricks to growing celery and fertilizing organically.
Kelly digs into questions about blooming herbs, tomatoes and snap peas.
Kelly digs in to questions about broccoli pests, potato bags and radishes.
Kelly answers questions about gardening with kids and one-pot herbs.
Kelly Smith Trimble answers questions about transitioning seedlings and soil types. Plus, Kelly demonstrates how to transplant leeks and onions she's been growing indoors.
Eager for spring? So are we. Kelly Smith Trimble answers viewer questions about seed starting indoors.
In the series premiere, Kelly Smith Trimble answers questions about inexpensive produce that can be grown in late winter and early spring.
Plus, Kelly Smith Trimble has good news for an HGTV editor who spotted mushrooms growing in her vegetable garden.
Master gardener and author of "Vegetable Gardening Wisdom" Kelly Smith Trimble thinks inside the box with this garden that is great for beginners.
With winter on the way, Kelly Smith Trimble (joined by her adorable nephews) share herbs they're growing indoors in a hydroponic gardening system.
Kelly Smith Trimble reveals which vegetables can easily be regrown from scraps.
Master gardener and author of "Vegetable Gardening Wisdom" Kelly Smith Trimble answers questions about planting seeds and harvesting root veggies.
Kelly Smith Trimble suggests growing beans in late summer for a gardener in the northeast and IDs pests on a tomatillo plant.
Plus, Kelly Smith Trimble shares fall crops you can start planting in late summer.
Kelly Smith-Trimble share solutions for subpar summer squash and tips for what to do with bolted herbs.
Kelly Smith Trimble answers questions about growing herbs from seeds, getting rid of squash borers and making compost at home.
Learn why your tomatoes cracked and see how a food scale can make harvesting watermelons easy.
Plus, Kelly Smith Trimble answers a fall gardening question from "Flip or Flop Atlanta" Anita Corsini.
Plus, Kelly Smith Trimble troubleshoots common sweet pepper problems.
Plus, Kelly Smith Trimble provides herb garden suggestions for a problem area in designer Brian Patrick Flynn's home in the mountains.
Kelly Smith Trimble answers question about kid-friendly container gardening, mulch and small-space gardening.
Plus, Kelly Smith Trimble shows you how to make chive blossom vinegar.
Kelly Smith Trimble shares expert tips for treating powdery mildew, proper garden watering techniques and the trick to a successful cilantro harvest.
Learn how to keep slugs out of your garden and regrow plants from grocery store veggie scraps.
Kelly Smith Trimble answers questions about carrots, tomatoes and fertilizing indoor herbs.
Plus, Kelly Smith Trimble debunks Epsom salt and shares tips for one of her favorite, easy-growing vegetables: beans.