Host Paul James walks through his own landscape to see how it fared after one of the biggest ice storms ever. Then, he gets a taste of one couple's backyard oasis bearing some rare and yummy plants. Then, Michael Glassman brings indoor comfort to an outdoor patio.
Host Paul James is off to visit the Sod-Father, George Biagi, for a little turf talk. Then, it's cold outside, so time for some winter garden chores. Finally, Paul checks in on his bonsai to see how they're faring.
It's out with the old and in with the new for container plants, as host Paul James removes and prunes his plants and gets the containers ready for another season. Then, Paul goes nuts when he visits Blue Diamond Almonds for a tour of their protein powerhouse. And Peter Whitely shows how to make birdhouses really sing.
Jessica Lundberg of Lundberg Rice explains how they farm this delicious side dish while respecting and sustaining the earth. Then, heavy rain at host Paul James' house forces him to stay indoors, so it's a good time for a Q&A on indoor gardening issues. Then, Michael Glassman explores single color-themed gardens by doing a monochromatic landscape. Finally, Paul has some tips for safeguarding trees.
A major ice storm has left host Paul James' landscape in ruins, so he hires professionals to help clean it up. Then, he visits a winery with some fruity harvest that pleases his palate, while Jill Slater creates a patio spa in her backyard.
All aboard as host Paul James meets a gardener who knows how to keep things on track in his railroad themed gardens. Meanwhile, Roberta Walker demonstrates how to accent a drab corner with a simple stone wall, and then Paul gets to the bottom of bulbs.
Host Paul James shares tips on wrangling your raindrops in a method of landscaping known as xeriscaping. Then, David Salman gives an overview of drought-tolerant plants that save time and money. Meanwhile, Roberta Walker demonstrates how to construct a low maintenance landscape, and Paul gives the trick on of the wisest water practices around.
Host Paul James has some stump masters grinding on the unsightly stumps around his yard. Then, he introduces some of his favorite oddball herbs. And, Paul goes back to the roots of a plant's life, from plug to purchase.
Host Paul James visits a farmers market bustling with locally grown organic goodness. Then, he answers some of the toughest lawn questions and provides ideas on mixing things up and adding layers of nutrition to make a happy lawn.
Host Paul James has a lunch date at a place where the garden goodies don't travel far from the ground to the plate. Then, he makes a list of top container plants and explains the benefits of reading labels.
Host Paul James flies high with some winged beauties that bring new life to the garden. Then, he goes international with some plant picks that have come a long way. Finally, he provides tips on creating a wiggly compost factory.
How hot should compost get? How long can you leave trees in containers? Host Paul James provides the answers to these questions and more. Plus, he harvests plants that come ready to roll and shares tips on how to get the most out of petal purchases.
Host Paul James gives a confab on conifers, from the types available to how they are used in landscapes to their rates of growth. Then, Jerry Addington sheds some light on indoor lighting. Finally, Paul explains what it means when a plant is bolting.
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